Posted: November 27, 2017
Join us and bring a friend to the Women's Ministry Christmas Event, "A Little Christmas Shop"! Come shop from vendors from all over Birmingham, enjoy some lucious desserts and close out the evening with some Christmas carols led by members of the OMPC Worship Choir...
Posted: September 21, 2017
All women are invited to this month’s Girls’ Night Out at Sue Harris' home! With football season in full swing, wear your favorite game day gear. We’ll compete in team trivia, and amazing prizes will be awarded. Please bring a dish to share; dinner begins at 6:30 pm.
Posted: August 28, 2017
On Sunday, Bob drew a great distinction between friendship and fellowship. Like he said, friendships aren’t bad. Having common interest helps us create relational dynamics, but a fellowship is different.
Having been involved in team sports for years, I can attest to the difference between friendships and a fellowship. My college basketball team was a fellowship. I would do anything for my teammates and I’m positive they’d do anything for me. It’s real...
Posted: August 13, 2017
One morning when I was praying, I heard the Lord speak (maybe not in an audible voice, but I heard him). He said, “That’s it? That’s all you’re asking? I’m the King of Kings and the Lord of Lords and that’s all you’re going to ask?” He didn’t sound sarcastic or angry, maybe just a little surprised. I was confused and convicted...
Posted: August 8, 2017
“I’m praying for you.” Those words. I remember when I was a younger, I was a little bothered when a casual friend came up to me and said, “Last night, the Lord brought you to my mind, so I prayed for you.” She peppered me with questions about what’s happening with me at that exact moment, as if she was hoping that I was on the cusp disaster and that her prayers played a pivotal role in rescuing me from peril. She even sounded a little incredulous, like she thought I was covering up something. It was odd...
Posted: July 31, 2017
I have a hibiscus (non-gardeners, hear: flower) on my back porch and it just bloomed. Frankly, it can’t stop blooming. I knew that it was happening. I could see all of the signs. In the morning, I started taking pictures in half-hour increments, but there was no way that I could sit there and watch it happen. I couldn’t capture it. The transformation from a bulb to a bloom is only discernible over time. I wish I had one of those really cool cameras that could sit there all day and take time-elapsed photos to document the bloom. Instead, I took about four pictures with my phone, posted them on Facebook and Instagram and called it a day...
Posted: July 23, 2017
Years ago, I got a phone call. My Nana was dying. The doctors had finally discovered that my mother’s mother was sicker than we knew. The cancer was everywhere. I hope that sometime I can tell everyone how beautiful and amazing and funny and talented and unique she was. Although we lived in different states, we were quite close.
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24Prayer with Bob
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25Young Professionals Rush Hour Foodies
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