Tag: covid

From the Depths

I finished the Christmas Eve service here in Northern California, zipped over to our small airport and hopped a plane to Seattle (our hometown) to join Anne, all our kids and both families for a celebratory week. Oops. Didn’t happen. Covid struck. So did a rare Seattle snowstorm, for that matter. But covid kept most…
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January Prayer

Father of all hope and promise, we begin a new year with anxious uncertainty of what lies ahead. So many of the trials and tribulations we have endured from this pandemic are still with us and the Covid-complicated challenges of daily life for so many still remain. We pray for our children whose education is…
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Life in Fellowship – Donna Marsh

Take a listen to Life in Fellowship as Pastors Mike McClenahan and Donna Marsh discuss Donna’s call to ministry, the work that she does at National Presbyterian Church in Washington, DC, and the future of the Fellowship Community. Watch the conversation on YouTube:

Keeping the Door Open

by Dan Baumgartner I am a pastor. What does this mean? Eight months into the Covid-19 era with no concrete end in sight, and possibly never a return to our previous normal, here is my answer: I’m not always sure right now. Don’t get me wrong. I’m not in despair. I’m leading session meetings by…
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