FROM THE DESK OF DAWN PARR “But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. Against such things there is no law.” ~ Galatians 5:22-23 This summer, we are teaching lessons on the Fruit of the Holy Spirit—in a simple way for Sunday school. The kids have created their very […]
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FROM THE DESK OF PASTOR JOHN Dear Friends: Work has begun on the renovation of the Old Hall! Before the construction of the Carriage House in 2009, the Old Hall was one of the few adult meeting rooms at Liberty. When the Carriage House opened, all groups who had met regularly in the Old Hall moved […]
Dear Friends: This Sunday, June 9, we meet outside at 10:00 a.m. for worship under the oaks! What could be better than to worship in the beauty of God’s creation? We will also be simulcasting the service inside the air-conditioned Chapel. If you need steady ground underfoot, then we recommend taking the sidewalk to the Chapel, […]
Dear Friends: “Our ‘safe place’ is not where we live, it is in whom we live.” (T. White) I ran across this quote the other day and have been savoring it. Our safe place – our refuge – is not a physical place or even our outward circumstances, even though both feel like they define […]
For You, Lord, are good …and abundant in loving kindness to all who call upon You. ~Psalm 86:5 Dear Friends: It is almost Mother’s Day, and we are being bombarded with ads for flowers, all kinds toiletries (I have a closet full!) and even jewelry! I have to admit, however, that what I loved the […]
FROM THE DESK OF DAWN PARR How Do We Celebrate After Easter? Now that the candy has been eaten, the hidden eggs have been discovered, and we have resumed our over-scheduled lives, how can we continue in celebration of Jesus Resurrected? The Bible gives us that perfect example in Jesus reinstating Peter. John 21 reveals […]
The Mission Committee welcomed 15 participants on a prayer walk for local missions on Wednesday, November 7. After meeting in the church parking lot and carpooling to Delaware, they had the opportunity to see some of Liberty’s local mission partners, hear from their leaders, and offer prayers for their work.
Dear Friends, I was talking with one of our baseball parents here at Liberty the other day. A baseball parent in my book is someone who o spends their time: driving back and forth to the field, lugging equipment, dragging other family members to the game, making portable meals, and spending hours on the sidelines […]
Friends: Thursday, we partnered with a church in the town of San Isidro to offer a clinic to the community. Normally, this community is well cared for by a government-run health center, but with the retirement of its director and chief nurse in January, the clinic has closed because the agency responsible for appointing a […]
Friends: Wednesday, we returned to our partner community, El Olvido, to provide a clinic for the residents there. We were joined by Doña Gloria, a retired nurse from a nearby community. It was a great time to connect with our friends within the community, and it also gave us a chance to get to know […]
Friends: On Tuesday we spent the day in a remote coffee-growing community called Lomas del Águila. In addition to seeing more than 130 residents, we also were able to train the local health committee in suturing wounds. The committee practiced by suturing the peel back on a banana. The banana is expected to make a […]