Welcome!

Faith and Life is a gathering place for people who want to more deeply explore connections between faith and daily living. I am pleased to welcome you, and I hope that you will explore this site and find things here that will be helpful to you no matter what you believe about God and life. I believe that the Church is always called to be a place that demonstrates God’s extravagant love and wide embrace. It’s God’s job to figure out what to do with us when we come together. I hope that this will be a place where we can all grow together and build each other up up love.

Welcome, again, to the Faith and Life!

I hope that you’ll find something here that can help you make a deeper connection between your faith and daily living in these challenging times. I, also, hope that you fill follow this blog and share it with other people that you know. I must confess that I am not the most frequent and regular blogger on WordPress. However, I try my best to ensure that what I post will be both helpful and relevant.

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  1. Good morning,
    I was just connected to your blog via a friend. I am the editor for our Faith & Money (http://www.umfne.org/home/faith-money-2/) monthly newsletter. I am wondering if I can have permission to use “What a Restaurant can Teach the Church about Hospitality” for July’s edition. If I could receive it as a PDF with your logo/branding so that we could link to it, that would really be great. I am not sure who wrote this article (was it Wayne?) but I’d want to make sure they are acknowledged. Thank you.

    Rev. Dr. David Abbott
    Director of Stewardship
    United Methodist Foundation of New England
    umfne.org

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