Hope is Alive

HOPE L.A. replant: Week 16. Flowers from our garden, votives to mark our progress, and a newly polished camel to remind us that old things can be new again, and that now we begin our journey back into the sanctuary....pray for us as we raise up funds and laborers to complete the remodel by Reformation Sunday!

HOPE L.A. replant: Week 16. Flowers from our garden. Votives to mark our progress. A newly polished camel to remind us that old things can be new again, and that now we begin our journey back into the sanctuary….pray for us as we raise up funds and laborers to complete the remodel by Reformation Sunday!

Some of you may follow this blog because you like my books, or have heard me speak, or like to hear God woven into the culture in a way that sparks something in you. What you may not know is that, in the past year, I’ve become involved with some church planting/replanting work here in the City of Angels. I do this in and through a new L.A. chapter of a national organization called LINC. For the past 4 months I’ve been helping to oversee the services at a church in the West Adams area of L.A. where I am now a member. I blog about it every week or so. For those of you who are interested, you can click here and trace back the history of the past 16 weeks. It’s been quite an interesting process.

You can also find out a little bit more about LINC L.A. while you’re there.  If the work speaks to you and you want to get involved somehow, drop me a line. Or, if you’d like to support the work financially, you can donate directly on the LINC L.A. site. The money will go directly to supplement the many volunteer hours I joyfully offer to HOPE, and other new ministry settings/initiatives in L.A.

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