Loaves and Fishes in Abundance
I am always surprised where I will find something about hunger and how we are called to help bring it [...]
Date posted: Thursday 07 June 2018
This week's update contains excerpts from a report recently shared by the Day of Grace team, a programmatic group affiliated with Bega Kwa Bega. A full copy of their report can be found here.
Day of Grace is an annual two-day program, which focuses upon caring for pastors and evangelists in the Iringa Diocese. Pastoral ministry in Iringa means sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ and caring for hundreds of parishioners which often involves challenging conditions. Disease, death, lack of infrastructure, limited resources, and the never-ending high expectations of time and energy are constant stressors on pastors and their families. The Day of Grace program provides a respite from the enormous daily demands and challenges of parish ministry in which the pastors and evangelists are invited to simply "be present" and receive the gift of grace through others...
The Day of Grace Program is intended to promote health, wholeness and well-being which includes:
Day of Grace program facts:
2018 Day of Grace Program Plans
Day of Grace is one of many initiatives that link people of faith in Minnesota to our companions in Tanzania. To learn more about this program and how you might get involved in caring for caregivers in the Iringa Diocese, please contact Beth and Tom Hansen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Beth, Tom, and the Day of Grace Program Team