Hello to all the families of St. Paul's-Austin, and all those that are interested in joining this wonderful church.
Perhaps by word of mouth, many have heard, "times are changing" here at Church. As the new year opens, we celebrate the Epiphany (the light of Christ shatters the darkness),we also celebrate the fact that two pastors are at the helm shepherding the flock.
That said, we welcome Reverend Warren and myself.
More information will come, and we ask you all to "look at the Web Site", see the Events Calendar; better yet, come on Sunday to begin or continue a walk with Christ.
Do you remember when you were a kid and you put your hands together in a way and said, “Here is the church, here is the steeple, and when you open the doors, here are all the people?” And then you wiggled your fingers to show the people in the church. Each person is in the building, and together they make up the church.
I’m one of those guys who thinks he has a natural radar. So it’s a little damaging to my ego to admit that I have a GPS app and use it often. I have to say the radar in my cranium has glitches sometimes. Since I started using the app, I haven’t gotten lost. The app gives the best route by avoiding traffic, and it will reroute me when I miss a turn. Admittedly, these are things my natural radar can’t do.