Category Archives: Social Justice

Closing Prayer for Monday’s Worship

This is the closing prayer that we used for our Monday worship service on our Senior High Mission trip yesterday. We used it in conjunction with 1 John 3:16-18

O God,
Let something essential happen to me
Something more than interesting or entertaining or thoughtful
Let something essential happen to me
Something awesome, something real
Speak to my condition, Lord,
and change me somewhere inside where it matters
a change that will burn and tremble and heal
Let something happen in me that is my real self.

-from Guerrillas of Grace by Ted Loder, LuraMedia (1984)

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Update on the Burrito Project

The Fort Worth Burrito Project meets at 2:00pm Sunday afternoons at Trinity Park in FW (W 7th St & Stayton St).  Unfortunately I am busy on most Sundays and by most I mean all.  Hopefully there will be a few where I am able to make it out there though.  This sounds like an awesome thing.

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Have you ever been hungry?  Doesn’t it always seem like food tastes the best whenever you are the most hungry.  I’ve also heard that food also tastes better when it’s free.  Free food when you’re really really hungry must taste amazing then.  Makes sense right?  So what about those that are really hungry and have no food?  I happened upon something today called the Burrito Project.  It’s more of a movement than an organization Continue reading

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