Category Archives: Engaging the Word

Thoughts on Philippians 2: what I shared at Annual conference 2014

Greetings as Dan Ulrich said, I am Beth Jarrett and I am currently serving as the Pastor of First Church of the Brethren in Harrisonburg Virginia. Dan said I had 5 minutes to share my faith background and my perspective … Continue reading

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A prayer for the church inspired by Nehemiah

Our congregation will be studying and meditating on the book of Nehemiah over the next 8 weeks and I have the delightful opportunity to reflect on Nehemiah. I am excited to observe him as a leader, visionary, and source of … Continue reading

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A prayer for the church inspired by Nehemiah

Our congregation will be studying and meditating on the book of Nehemiah over the next 8 weeks and I have the delightful opportunity to reflect on Nehemiah. I am excited to observe him as a leader, visionary, and source of … Continue reading

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Praying the Scriptures – Consolation

There are times when we feel close to God or God close to us. These times were called times of consolation by Ignatius of Loyola. Ignatius was a dedicated Christian who lived during the 15th and 16th Century. He founded … Continue reading

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