St Luke's Church sign in Peterborough prompts thoughtful article in Peterborough This Week
In his weekly column in Peterborough This Week, Pastor Brad Peters says the recent 'sign-war' in Peterborough got him thinking that thoughts and prayers can make a difference
In his weekly column in Peterborough this Week, Pastor Brad Peters says the recent 'sign-war' in Peterborough got him thinking that thoughts and prayers can make a difference
When I ask that question this week, I don't mean a spiritual or metaphysical sign, I mean a real, erected-on-the-front-lawn, or side-of-the-building sign. The recent, often amusing "sign wars" have caught my attention, so I'm a little more aware of signs as I drive around the city.
While not following in the humorous, or "sign war" category, a sign at St. Luke's Anglican Church on Armour Road caught my attention recently.
The good people of St. Luke's shared something of which we should all be aware. The sign simply states: 'Thoughts and Prayers do make a difference."
So, at this point, you may be thinking that it's not surprising that a pastor would share that thoughts and prayer are important. In fact, it's such a common phrase that it has almost become...
Note: The same words with the same intent of meaning are on the current church road sign at St Matthew - St Aidan.
This is an excellent, easy reading article by Pastor Brad Peters who is senior pastor at Murray Street Baptist Church in Peterborough. "His reflections capture perfectly the intent of the words on the St Luke's sign," Father Glenn Empey of St Luke's said. Pastor Brad Peters writes a column each week in Peterborough This Week.
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