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Entertaining Angels

Allison Lassahn, Trietsch's Hospitality Coordinator, shares how her definition of hospitality transitioned from logistics to relationships. Do you have a story to share? Contact Alyssa Robinson at alyssar@tmumc.org . I don’t know about you, but middle school was hard for me. It was when I first became familiar with concept of a clique and just how cruel kids can be. There were kids (mostly other girls) who would not talk to me because I didn’t live in the right neighborhood or wear the... Read More
at Tuesday, March 15, 2016

Noticing God's Beauty Through Prayer

Observations about prayer by Rev. Clay Horton : This past weekend, I attended a wedding for Errinne’s cousin. They must have spent $10,000 on flowers! There were two huge centerpieces, two massive arrangements at the doors of the reception tent, and then special arrangements all throughout the reception area. I, however, didn’t notice any of the flowers, except for Errinne’s bouquet that I used to save our seats at a dinner table. I’m clearly not a big flower guy, but I do wish I had at... Read More
at Thursday, March 10, 2016

The Servant

Amy Parsons shares a moment of compassion that changed her life: I worked the "Feed the Homeless" program one cool Saturday morning and was not prepared for a sermon. Sermons usually come on Sunday morning and very eloquently, effortlessly and full of wisdom (I should add in case my pastor is reading this). I enjoy hearing what God has to say to me through the lessons in church, but this particular morning, I wasn’t prepared to receive a multitude of sermons and even less prepared for... Read More
at Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Honey Dudes: Building the Kingdom!

A story about serving alongside Honey Dudes by Alyssa Robinson. If you have a story you'd like to share, contact me at alyssar@tmumc.org . Kevin Cummings, founder of Honey Dudes, recently invited me to tag along on one of their local projects. My initial thought was -- why not? He told me that it would take less than an hour, and he'd really like for people to learn more about the ministry. I showed up expecting to help with a few odds and ends around the house and snap some pictures,... Read More