Monday, September 14th Day #2 of “God’s work, Our hands” Week

God's Work, Our Hands!

Dear St. Luke Friends,

Day #2: Monday, September 14, 2020

 

God’s Work, Our Hands Week!

Learn, Grow, Serve – Setting Aside an Hour a Day to serve God and our Neighbors!

 

THEME:

Serving God by Caring for Creation and All God’s Creatures!

 

BIBLE VERSE OF THE DAY:

"In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth... God saw all that God had made, and it was very good." (Genesis 1:1, 31)

Reflection:  God made the world and just like an artist, God announces that God loves how it turned out!  Every creature, every plant--from the most minute elements to the galaxies of mysterious and mesmerizing stars systems.  All GOOD! God placed all of it in our hands to care for – to keep it well loved. Taking time today to learn something new and act as an empowered steward of the world around us makes a difference for our neighbors, and the generations that come after us!

 

LOVE ACTIONS:

Start small, learn more, invest yourself!

 

God’s Work in 3 Minutes:

  • Turn thermostat up by 3 degrees.

  • Reduce. Reuse. Recycle. Add one new habit to reduce your carbon footprint.

  • Forward the Weekly Word to a friend–or post an invite on Social Media – invite neighbors/friends to join us for worship on Sundays: (https://us02web.zoom.us/j/995878026)

 

 

God’s Work in <30 Minutes:

 

God’s Work in 1-3 Hours:

God’s blessing to you.

Pastor Janet

 

Rev. Janet L. Hansted

St. Luke Lutheran Church

5312 Comercio WayWoodland Hills, CA 91364

www.StLukeLutheran.com

FB: StLukeWoodlandHills

pastor.st.luke@outlook.com

818 436-2850 ch. ofc.

(*All suggestions for movies are intended to acquaint the faithful with some aspects of the theme of the day. Should there be aspects of the movie or specifics associated with content, actors, production or other aspects of the movie which are objectionable, please note St. Luke is not endorsing all aspects of each resource listed, only making suggestions for potentially helpful experiences in focusing on the themes for the day.)