Posts Tagged ‘fellowship’

Building an ice chapel an opportunity for fellowship and faith sharing.

Monday, February 21st, 2022

When winter regularly throws you more than 200 inches of snow, make an ice chapel. That was the decision of a group of students at a northern Michigan engineering school back in 2016. Following the success of the first ice chapel, each subsequent iteration included more embellishment. An altar was made from ice cut from Read more

Manuele living life to the full

Thursday, September 5th, 2019

Manuele Teofilo was recently awarded the Chairperson Award at the Oceania Young Writers Conference in Melbourne. The 27-year-old belongs to the Christian Fellowship For Disabled in Auckland. Manuele has been involved in many national camps. Last year he was a volunteer at the Centre and is now a member of the Christian Disability Trust. Manuele Read more

Why are Catholics bad at fellowship?

Tuesday, September 27th, 2016

Recently I was asked to speak at a local Catholic women’s group. It had been awhile since I’d put on my speaking shoes, and I was genuinely excited. That is, until I was given my topic. Fellowship, they said. Fellowship? I couldn’t help but wince. Not suffering? Prayer? Family discord? Keeping the faith during crisis?? Nope, Read more