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B.R.E.W. Monday

Date : 2007-05-07


Welcome to B.R.E.W. Monday

B   Be Still
R   Receive God's Love
  Embrace Who You Are
W  Welcome the Day


Published the First and Third Mondays of Each Month
by Kirk Byron Jones

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Contents

1. Reflection
2. Quotes
3. Special Announcement

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1. Reflection

Trust Your Way Through
(Musings in the Fog)


There is meaning in waiting.

There will be someone or something
to help you at the trying places on your path.

Unseen ground is not unsure ground.

Discouragement still has courage in it.

There are marvelous hidden lessons in the valley moments.

Take strength from struggle.

Trust your way through.

(Excerpted from Morning B.R.E.W. Journal)

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2. Quotes

"There are still some notes that haven't been heard. I don't know where
to find them, but I know they are there."

                               Ornette Coleman, Jazz Saxophonist


"This is the true wine of astonishment: We are not over when we think we are."

                               Alice Walker

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3. Special Announcement


During a recent post-B.R.E.W. morning exercise session, I had the privilege of listening to a fabulous new inspirational CD, "Where is the New Kitchen?" by Marsha Brown Woodard. Other tracks included on the CD are: "Stone Jar Leadership"; "Sometimes you need a Mentor, Midwife, or Sisterfriend"; "Ready Now;" and "And Afterward." Though especially focusing on issues related to women in ministry, I was inspired by Marsha's spiritual insight and fervor. Female or male, you will be blessed.               

To purchase a CD, receive more information, and learn about Marsha's on-line radio offerings, contact Rev. Marsha Brown Woodard at PreachWordMBW@aol.com
 
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B.R.E.W. Blessings,
Kirk

Email: kjones58@aol.com

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