Band of Brothers Men’s Breakfast
Our Band of Brothers Men’s Breakfast gathers together on the 3rd Saturday of every month @ 8:30 am. We usually meet at the Double T Diner 543 Market Place Drive, Bel Air, MD 21014. All men are welcome to join with us for fun, faith, food and fellowship.
Sacred Space is a quiet time of prayer and meditation prior to the morning service. We meet virtually on Zoom. There is meditative music and scriptures on the screen for reflection. Our Zoom will be open a half hour before the service.
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Welcome to Vineyard Church at the Farm
We are so pleased to have you join us here today.
Let’s read together a passage about the apostles of Jesus who were evangelizing and sharing the good news with the world after Jesus had been resurrected. Acts 2:46-47 says, “Every day they continued to meet together in the temple courts. They broke bread in their homes and ate together with glad and sincere hearts, praising God and enjoying the favor of all the people. And the Lord added to their number daily those who were being saved.”
As the disciples went out into the world to build God’s kingdom, they never forgot to come together again and have fellowship with one another and worship God. This was such an important time where they would encourage one another and recharge their batteries before going back out the next day to do the Lord’s work.
How is your soul? Take a break in your evening for a half hour to learn how to rest in the Holy Spirit. Let Him rejuvenate your soul as God’s Word is read. Our weekly Evening in the Psalms is a time of Sacred Space, Pastor Dan reading a Psalm, then spending time meditating on that Psalm. All are welcome to join us on Zoom.
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Today is Thankful Thursday. What are you thankful to Jesus for this week?
Here’s the key…gratitude and thanksgiving move us beyond the standard, the acceptable, the ordinary.
A gracious attitude and lifestyle make one extraordinary, unusual, blessed, a cut above the rest.
New research is showing that people who count their blessings may find themselves sleeping better, exercising more and caring more about others.
People who remind themselves of the things they are grateful for people who count their blessings one by one, consciously, every day show significant improvements in mental health, and even in some aspects of physical health.
And these results appear to be true whether you are a healthy college student or an older person with an incurable disease, according to research published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology.