Sacred Sparks Ministry’s Week at General Assembly in Chattanooga TN

Sacred Sparks Ministry had a great time at the 184th General Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church this week!! Thanks so much to all the good servants who visited the Sacred Sparks table and served our homeless friends by making Blessing Bags and personalized “living water”bottles! I was blessed to have a good friend who has a heart for the homeless, Lisa Anderson, be elected moderator. I was able to experience (and help) with the “Connect” children’s program which provided a real purpose for children at GA for the first time ever, including the kiddos leading worship one morning. “Connect” was led by my mentor and good friend who also has a heart for the homeless, Jodi Rush. I was blessed to lead worship for the CP women thanks to Pam Phillips-Burk. These women are the heart and soul of our denomination and such big supporters of mission work of all kinds. They definitely have a heart for the homeless. I was given the gift of membership into the Louisa Woosley Society in support of clergy women in ministry on a night where a beautiful worship was centered around celebrating these very same clergy women. Thanks to Tiffany McClung for organizing the worship service and Beverly St John and Jan Davidson for the gift of membership into the Louisa Woosley Society. These three women definitely have a heart for the homeless. Worship all week was wonderful, spending time with many friends was precious, and I never saw one minute of the business meetings 🙂 Thanks be to God!

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  1. Jan Davidson
    Jun 20, 2014 @ 22:55:53

    Thank you for sharing this Lisa. We are so proud of and for you as well as the presence of Sacred Sparks Ministry in action.
    I encourage others to “taste and see” what goes on during this most important week each year. Attending a few days at this event (even once) allows one to witness the heart and soul of the Cumberland Presbyterian denomination. The presence of Christians from around the globe make one fully aware of the witness of God in Christ to ALL people. It demonstrates the strong bond of love that sees no difference in the human heart whatever the race, color or culture.

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