God's Mercy

07-24-2021NewsletterSteve Beguhl, Provisional Coordinator

Brothers and sisters in Christ,

As I was praying about what to write this week, my conversion story came to mind. I hear God speaking to me through songs and scripture. So through this letter I will try to give you a brief synopsis of Gods mercy in my life.

I was raised Catholic, went to a Catholic school through eighth grade and onto a public high school that my father taught at and my mother was a substitute teacher. My father was not Catholic, but always attended church with us. (He did convert to Catholicism after 30 years of marriage). I have four sisters and one brother. I never left the church, but my path took me on many side roads of self destruction. Needless to say, I was more than a handful to my parents.


Overwhelm Each Other With Love, Prayers and Support

07-10-2021NewsletterDeacon Dave Knebelsberger, Provisional Coordinator

Brothers and sisters,

I received this text on Sunday morning from Peter Walterscheid:

“Guys, I stumbled onto Ecclesiastes 3 this morning. Verses 1 &2. Look it up. That’s where we are this week!”

Of course, I was curious, so I looked it up. Here are those two verses:

“There is an appointed time for everything, and a time for every affair under the heavens. A time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to uproot the plant.”