So where's the snow?

Muddling through life from Austria to Wales; God, life and a small black dog

Thinking it through


So, I was thinking in the early morning of going for deacon-ship and the secretary, and then came this long list of practical things I’d have to ask the out going lady about. How much time would it take in my week -not as if I’m hugely busy. I’ve never taken minutes for a meeting being one of the first concerns! Or maybe I should be treasurer, that might be less time consuming.

Would it take all my energies, so my mind would leave the main goal, which is bringing people to Jesus? Our pastor isn’t fully affiliated, what if I committed and he left? I’m really keen in hi sort of ministry, I feel God brought us all here at this time for the community. What a team we could be!

I need to sit and talk with them first, before I go another step forward.


Author: annarashbrook

English Ex-pat living in Austria, Christian, blogger (of course) writer, photographer, dog owner!

2 thoughts on “Thinking it through

  1. The number one advice that my mother ever gave me was to pray about all of my concerns. Pray about the worries in my life for God knows what to do at all times. Don’t worry about all of life’s disasters and concerns. Worry more so about the Lord

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