One reader in the community owns a restaurant in the St. Louis area. He would like to hire some people, especially those attached to this community who are looking for work. As he said, “If I can help someone, why wouldn’t I do it?”
So, if you are looking for work and you think this is an opportunity for you, here are some of the details. All the rest can be discussed with Keith.
Manager Position: 3 days open to close $450.00/ week or 4 days open to close $600.00/ week
Restaurant Pizzeria: Manage staff and store.
Cook position: base pay 7.35 an hour to start. Restaurant Kitchen Work
Counter Position: base pay 7.35 an hour to start plus tips. Answer phones, take orders, and waitress.
I have temporary room until the “Person” is able to provide their own living quarters.
Dear Skip and community:
I would like to request prayer for my only sister, Faye, who has just been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, which has already invaded the portal vein, and is considered inoperable unless they can shrink the tumor with chemo and radiation, and then do a Whipple, one of the most complicated and dangerous surgeries imaginable. A second opinion at Shands recommended a Whipple immediately, without chemo and radiation She needs a miracle.
Wednesday, April 17th, 2013 | Author: Skip Moen
Would you please post this on Today’s Word?
My family and I would really value your prayers in the coming days. My mum is
gravely ill and we really don’t know how long she has left – could be days,
could be weeks. She is now bed-bound and in almost constant pain, barely able
to communicate (although she still has her sense of humour, even if only when
the pain subsides a bit). She has been unable to take solid food for nearly 2
Dad is doing his best but is feeling (and showing) the strain. It is a
difficult time for all of us – the hardest part is not knowing when the end
will finally come. Yet, YHVH God is in control through all of this. All we can
pray is that His will be done and His name be glorified. Mum has been a
blessing to many and has spent many hours in prayer and intercession. She has
no quality of life and little dignity left. Those who knew her at her best
would hardly recognise her now.
Please keep Mum (Honi), Dad (Don), my brother and his family (Anthony, Britt,
Sarah & Jessica) and my family (Laura, Josiah & Daniel) and me in your prayers
through this time.
YHVH gives, and YHVH takes away; Blessed be the Name of YHVH.
Pick one and join the fun!
Skip will be teaching seminars in:
Virginia Beach – April 11-13 contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Philadelphia – April 19-20 contact: email@example.com
Tucson – May 9 contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phoenix (with Bob Gorelik) – May 10-11 contact: email@example.com
Tuesday, April 02nd, 2013 | Author: Skip Moen
Skip will be teaching at
Covenant Center at 26 Lake Wire Road in Lakeland
on Wednesday, April 3, at 7PM
If you’re in the area, please join us.
Tuesday, March 26th, 2013 | Author: Skip Moen
Cheryl Durham just told me that her sister-in-law just died at age 55. She is asking for prayer for her brother who is suddenly without a wife he loved and treasured.
Tuesday, March 19th, 2013 | Author: Skip Moen
3 weekends in April - choose the one closest to you and join us for lecture and discussion
The Cross in Hebrew perspective
Guardian Angel – ‘ezer kenegdo in Genesis and the role of the woman
A further look at the cultural differences between Greek and Hebrew thought
Striving for Unity in the diverse community
Living in Babylon – how do we apply Torah in a world without the Tanakh
Being Human – The Genesis definition of humanity
Prophecy and History
and many more
Bound Brook - Perez Juvenny – firstname.lastname@example.org April 5-7
Virginia Beach – Barry Jenkins - email@example.com April 11-13
Philadelphia – Cheryl Durham - firstname.lastname@example.org April 19-20
For all who are following our work with Irene, the 15 year-old runner who lives in a White squatter camp near Pretoria, South Africa, here’s the news:
On my last trip I went to a school regional track meet where Irene ran in both the 800m and the 1500m races. She won Gold in both (see photos). I also discovered that she runs barefoot, as do most of the children, because they can’t afford shoes. The shoes we made for Irene were customized since she has no toes. They were stolen within days by a drug addict in the camp. He sold them so we can’t get them back even though we know who he is. So now she runs with no shoes.
I was told that Irene’s time in the 1500m was 4:48. The world record for 15-year-olds is 4:00. She is doing very well.
I also found out that she is in a Special Ed school. I don’t believe this has anything to do with her abilities. I think that as a result of the trauma in her life, which we are still investigating, she simply cannot cope with regular classes and in South Africa, the solution is to send all these students, regardless of the real issues, to Special Ed schools. Unfortunately, this turns out to be baby-sitting, not education. So, one more issue that we must address with Irene.
Please pray for her. We are doing what we can, thanks to many of you, but the problems are much deeper than we thought.
Saturday, March 16th, 2013 | Author: Skip Moen
Recently one of our community was called home. During the crisis, you (all this community) helped. Amanda wrote to me about your help.
“Thank you wonderful community for the blessing I recently received. In the midst of all the craziness with my mother-in-law’s illness and eventual death, one of our vehicles broke down. Since we have two extremely different schedules, along with two young children, there was no way we could wait to get it fixed. One of our friends is a mechanic, and even at his lowest price, with almost no labor costs figured in, the cost was HUGE (at least when figured in light of our current budget). Amazingly the gift I received from you was almost exactly the amount we needed, leaving only a manageable portion to pull from our budget. What a blessing and a generous thing! My family, in some form or another has been part of this community for years, and I’m continually amazed and gladdened by everyone who is part of At God’s Table. Whether you give on a monthly basis or just whenever you can or when you hear of a need, please know that God uses your gifts to bless others and further His purposes here. Thank you again!”
Saturday, March 09th, 2013 | Author: Skip Moen