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Vacation Bible Camp 2016 - Day 4

Posted by The Rev. Karen Haig on

Today was a great day at St Thomas Vacation Bible Camp!  It was a day to learn about God’s Holy Spirit swirling all around us (ask your camper about the pinwheels!), about the many ways God loves each and every one of us and that no matter when or how we look for God, God will always...

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Vacation Bible Camp 2016 - Day 2

Posted by The Rev. Karen Haig on

It’s been another great day at St Thomas Vacation Bible Camp!  Today the campers learned the story behind their memory verse, Mark 10:14 -  Let the little children come to me and do not stop them.  For the Kingdom of God belongs to these.  Mark 10:14!  The best...

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Vacation Bible Camp 2016 - Day 1

Posted by The Rev. Karen Haig on

Welcome to VBC – all of the campers had a wonderful and wonder-filled day today!  Our theme today sets the tone for the entire week – Jesus surprises us in so many ways!  The story woven throughout today’s activities is the story of Jesus in the Temple at age 12 (Luke...

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Tags: vacation bible school, vacation bible camp, vbc, vbs

Gardening

Posted by The Rev. Karen Haig on

…The kiss of the sun for pardon, the song of the birds for mirth, one is nearer God's heart in a garden than anywhere else on earth. —Dorothy Frances Gurney Sometime about three years ago, I spent several afternoons digging plants out of the garden in the old St. Thomas close...

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Suscipe

Posted by The Rev. Karen Haig on

Take Lord, and receive all my liberty, my memory, understanding, my entire will. Give me only your love and your grace, that’s enough for me. Your love and your grace are enough for me. Take Lord, receive all I have and possess. You have given all to me, now I return it. Give me only your...

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Forgiveness & Reconciliation

Posted by The Rev. Karen Haig on

Holy God… I come to your altar battered and bruised by my sin, seeking your forgiveness for what I have done and for what I have left undone. Give me humility and a renewed commitment to you so that I might offer my life wholly so you can make me holy. Forgive my sin which feels so very...

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