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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 25, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas New Texas September Paul Lutheran plans annual picnic The public is Invited to attend St Paul Lutheran Churchs annual church picnic on 4 at the Comal County Activities will begin at with Sunday School Church services will be at 10 and food will be served at Anyone is welcome to attend the Tickets for the meal are 50 for for or for a Call the church office at 6259191 for more Church Fall religious classes begin at Peter and Paul The fall Religious Education classes have begun at Peter and Paul Approximately 600 youth are anticipated in the 3year old through high school A number of adult courses also are get ting under Thursday morning Bible study will be held from 9 to in the parish Babysitting may be arranged if there is enough A fourweek Old Testament Faith of Our will be of fered on Wednesday evenings from 7 to The RCIA program is getting under way on Sunday morn ings for those interested in learning aobut the Catholic faith and consider ing becoming Sister Maria Grazie will be a guest speaker on 7 she will talk on the Apparations of May in All are invited to the potluck supper and presentation beginning at in Marys For more information on any of these call Bill Smith at Womens Aglow to host speaker Rick pastor of the Eagles Nest in San will be the featured 8 at at the New Braunfels Civic Center sponsored by the Womens Aglow Tickets are To obtain tickets and nursery call Continued from Page 6 When the Hebrew people met for and later the early Chris they told and retold the stories of their and their fathers and forefathers faith over and over to each These stories were about real peo historical who faced in credible odds and who took tremen dous and even terrifying risks to serve the God who had revealed himself to them in so many To we still gather together because we believe that God is still revealing himself to In the Christian we have a goal As we are not un concerned strollers along the biways of life we are wayfarers on the high road We are not tourists who return we are pilgrims who are ever on the way Our goal us nothing less than the likeness of Christ The Christian life s going somewhere somewhere exciting We are learning to take ownership of our individual gifts as Gods children Thats tremendously exciting discovering that we have skills we didnt know we had One of the goals of the people of God on their journey is to witness and serve It is impossible for a servant people to stay huddled together They just naturally burst forth and break out in love and service often quietly The people of God care for each other This caring involves a special way of a special way of seeing We see and hear through the eyes of love The people of God communicate with others in a language they unders tand When we talk to farmers we use one when we talk to a business we use other metaphors and illustrations The people of Gcxi become involved with others hopes and their strains and stresses The people of God respond to the immediate needs of people they encounter They share their life and their even when there are no visible returns for their investments as are the sacramental witness of Gods power and presence in the world We become the outward and visible sym bols D Gals inward and spiritual grace Our lives reflect Gods presence in the world as Christ takes the common stuff of our lives and through the Holy Spirit enables us to be his to be the healing presence of God in the world If you are not a practicing Chris there is a church somewhere in New Braunfels waiting for w ailing to love and to encourage you in your lifes journey Wont you seek it out this week1 Havent you waited long enough We arent perfect But as Christians we believe that God forgives us much more than 7u times and because of His love and we can renew our courage to pick ourselves up off the floor again and Sociologists find Catholics want more of a democracy NEW YORK AP A panel of analyzing results of a survey into unexplored say it points up strongly that American Koinan Catholics want a more democratic church They particularly want a share in decisionmaking at the parish but majorities also think they should have a part in determining policies at the diocesan and at the the Vatican In the face of continual statements by the church hierarchy that this is not a democratic the people are saying they want it to says William DAntonio of executive officer of the American Sociological Mary Ann a sociologist at the University of Nebraska in said the most striking fin ding is a tremendous commitment to toe yet a strong preference for democracy The she also show a strong expectation of individual conscience as the arbiter of deci a selfdetermining streak about persooaJ matters also brought out in other again and begin knowing we are loved by a love so great that it will not let us Pastor Schulte 6200618 Peace Lutheran Church mission congregation of the is being formed on the south side of New Pastor David Schulte will be calling on homes south of 1H 35 during next two months to introduce himself and this new Worship is scheduled to begin in early December at a site to be Please call for further BIBLEBELIEVINB CHRISTIANS The Presbyterian Church in America will be I beginning Sunday night worship with I a view to establishing a congregation in the I New Braunfels The PCA is a evangelical committed to the Bible as I the inerrant Word of I If you are looking for a church home where the I Bible is honored andJesus Christ is I you are invited to visit with I laurel Plata Community Room 300 Laurol Lane Sundays PHI For info oall 0256326 or 6204222 s r TOMLABINSKI and TIM WAITS bring local sports home to you in the Country Colonial Livingroom Entertainment Center j 399 Fashionable cabinet in warm oak finish with hardware and beveled glass Sleeper 499 ur charming Colonial loose pillow back quilted Save plttrtn rlch bc9 Lovcscat background Matching 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