This site is dedicated to the belief and appreciation that the Spirit gives each of us gifts to be used to build up
the Kingdom of God, and that it is in using these gifts together as part of the Body of Christ that we
accomplish more good than any one of us could individually.
It is dedicated to supporting and assisting our fellow/a evangelizers.
Finally, it is dedicated to doing the work of the Father, spreading the message of the Son, and allowing
ourselves to be guided by the Spirit wherever that may lead.
This site is also devoted to love and humility:
because without it
we are nothing;
because pride is one
of the biggest
obstacles to evangelization.
Something to ponder:
If you believe you were called to do God's work and that you have a great plan for some
project, consider that God may have also sent someone else to improve upon your plan.
The question is:
Are you executing YOUR plan or HIS?
Ponder your answer with humility.
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otherwise. After reading some of the reflection questions, you may experience discomfort or feelings of distress.
Some memories may be accompanied by pain. Thoughts of what Christ may be asking of you may elicit feelings of
fear, accompanied by anxiety. Proceed at your own risk (and benefit). In addition, if you persist in your efforts to
move closer to God, you may experience mild to severe changes of heart, accompanied by increased production of
happy endorphins.... (that's the only way I explain all this cheerfulness and enthusiasm....) Despite the initial
discomfort, the pain and suffering should subside and eventually be replaced with love and peace.
The author/designer of the web site disavows any responsibility for any such transformations. Transformations are
under the authority and power of the Holy Spirit. If you have problems, please contact Him....
Good luck and God bless you!
|“Let nothing trouble you, let nothing frighten you. All things are passing; God never changes.
Patience obtains all things. He who possesses God lacks nothing: God alone suffices.”
--Teresa of Avila
|It constantly happens that the Lord permits a soul to fall so that it may grow humbler.
-- Teresa of Avila
|"What a great
favor God does
to those He
places in the
- Teresa of Avila