The sermon is posted on our website this week - www.stnickschurch.org
The American way has been to succeed, succeed, succeed. Do better than your parents did – have more than the previous generation did. We have been successful in this as a country, but now face problems such as obesity, instead of hunger.
Do you feel like you’ve done better than your parents did? In what ways? Are
there areas where you feel your parents did better than you? What?
Is it important to you to strive for the nice: house, car, clothes, jewelry? Where
do you think that desire comes from?
- What is your definition of success? Has that definition changed as you’ve gone through life?
- Do you feel like you’ve done better than your parents did? In what ways? Are there areas where you feel your parents did better than you? What?
St. Nicholas Episcopal Church of Kapolei Hawaii has held "Covenant Group" meetings for about 10 years. These groups meet weekly for fellowship, prayer and reflection on the readings and the sermon from the previous week. This blog is an attempt to offer the prayer and reflection as an on-going basis. The challenges of schedules and more prevent many members from participating in our groups, perhaps this will allow for additional participation. I will post readings and questions - please answer the questions and contribute as you're comfortable in the comment sections. Blessings