Saturday, February 29, Soccer Chaplains United has a special volunteer opportunity. Come and sort out soccer gear and equipment for the upcoming Musana Community Development Project! These kids are waiting for some new soccer gear! Details Saturday, February 29, 2020 from 1:00 pm — 3:00 pm MountainSort/inventory soccer gear and equipmentBoxing/packing gear for delivery in AprilDress for the weather — working inside garage RSVP to email@example.com for further details and address Space is limited, so RSVP ASAP if you would like to come and help the team out.
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Recently, Rev Brad Kenney, Founder and Executive Director of Soccer Chaplains United and the volunteer chaplain for the Colorado Rapids returned from a month-long sabbatical. His time away during the month of January was filled with rest and learning to shut-down and say 'no' to several things. In today's From the Touchline episode, Rev Brad shares about his sabbatical and offers some reflections and encouragement from his time away from ministry. He shares four key learnings that he takes away from his time of rest that may be helpful (though challenging) for anyone in and around the game of football. Referenced in today's podcast are two key scriptures from the Bible: Mark 6:31 — ...he [Jesus] said to them, “ComeFeb 12,
February 1 is Saint Brigid's feast day (the day when the church recognizes and celebrates her life). Brigid (also known as Brigid of Kildare) was an Irish woman who lived from 450 - 523 AD. She was well-known and well-endeared to people for her generous and hospitable spirit. In today's From the Touchline episode, Rev Brad looks at the life of Brigid as an example for us today. Whether you are a footballer, a coach or manager, owner or team executive — Brigid's example can serve as a great starting point for considering how we open our hearts and hands to people in need. Referenced in today's podcast and is the devotional book Celtic Daily Prayer — a favorite of RevFeb 05,