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Hoping For God’s Gift Living in the LightHoping For God’s Gift Living in the Light

You ever ride down route 65 at night (The Apalachicola Forest)? Ever drive in pouring rain at night? Meet a bear?

We are not by nature nocturnal! How many animals can you name that are nocturnal? I can list 28! More common in Florida owl, fox, opossum. raccoon, mole, skunk, armadillo, wolf-coyote.

What about Christians as a species? This group Pawl describes as people who can live in the light with God;s Grace! Come to worship this Advent as we worship the Lord lighting candles of Hope, Peace, Love, and Joy. All are marks of God’s Kingdom prophesied through Isaiah and the prophets! Are you ready to live in the light of the Lord? What an opportunity!

Blessings and Grace be with you,

Pastor Brian

Are You Seeking Truth?Are You Seeking Truth?

St. George Island United Methodist Church Blog 9-1-19
How do you live your life? To what standard do you live your life? Why, Whom, and What do you seek? Nicodemus, a highly educated man and a leader of the Jews, sought after Jesus by night with flattering words after hearing Jesus teach and perform miracles. Nicodemus knew there was something different about Jesus. He knew Jesus came from God, but he and others were battling in their heads and hearts; “Who is this Jesus?” “Where did He come from?” Nicodemus wanted to know the truth! This Sunday we will look deeper into the conversation of Jesus and Nicodemus. St. George Island United Methodist Church is open to everyone! We look forward to worshiping with you!
Hi! I am Dee Allen. My husband, Rod, and I are associate members of SGIUMC; a family church that is near and dear to our heart. I am thankful for the opportunity to share God’s Word this Sunday, September 1st. I am studying to become a Certified Lay Minister in the United Methodist Church. One of the requirements for me to become certified is to give a sermon of the committee’s choice. So, I will be teaching this Sunday on the text of John 3:1-18
I would like to say a special “Thank You” to Pastor Brian for being an encouraging and supportive mentor to me on my journey to serve our Lord.

Salt SpraySalt Spray

   An eastern wind blew against my face as I walked on the beach today.  My glasses quickly covered with salt spray and I couldn’t see the markers that usually determine the length of my walk.  I was cold and huddled inside my jacket, trying to draw breath against the wind.  And all the time I knew when I turned around and retraced my steps, that same wind would propel me home.  What was once an adversary would become my propeller, making the walk easier and swifter.  Thank you, God, for showing me that even in adversity I can take comfort in your presence. On the other side of every painful event there is the joy of your presence.  May the crises of my life give me an opportunity to grown in faith and spirit.  May I pass through hard times and emerge more swift and refreshed in my walk with you. Amen.