King David’s life and example help us to understand what it means “to remain forever a member of Christ who is priest, prophet and king.” King David built the community as did no king before or after him. His many achievements include establishing harmony within the kingdom and building up Jerusalem.
Jesus – “King of Kings,” “King of the Universe,” “Eternal King” – also teaches us how important it is to build up community, to establish harmony in our community and to take care of our spiritual home without going overboard.
Our baptisms call us to be kings here at St. Joe’s – to help to build up the community, to help establish harmony and to care for our spiritual home’s physical condition. The call to build community provides our fifth and sixth CL challenges, the fellowship challenge and the home improvement challenge.
The Fifth CL Challenge: Take a Next Step in Parish Fellowship
Spend CL minutes more at parish fellowship events than you did last year - and bring a friend OR organize CL new minutes of parish fellowship
The Sixth CL Challenge: Take a Next Step in Improving Our Church Facilities
Complete or fund one of the items on the list of CL home improvements