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Wednesday, April 14, 2021

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“Anyone who meets a testing challenge head-on and manages to stick it out is mighty fortunate. For such persons loyally in love with God, the reward is life and more life. Don’t let anyone under pressure give in to evil say, 'God is trying to trip me up.' God is impervious to evil, and puts evil in no one’s way.” - James 1:12-15 (The Message) 

Each week we have 168 hours of life. We often devote 1 hour to worship, leaving us with 167 hours of life to live. What would life look like if we integrated our faith into every waking hour? When I teach about giving a 10% tithe of our income to God, I often respond that we get to live on the other 90%. Imagine what our lives would look like if we tithed 2.4 hours of our time each day to God. How would that transform the way we love our neighbors? What would our lives look like? 

The next few weeks has us working with the book of James as our teacher. James is scriptures “how-to” book of what it means to live like Jesus. For James, orthodoxy (right belief) and orthopraxy (right living) are the same thing. James cannot see faith without the integration of actions.  

Think of it like this: faith is belief and belief is my life. This week James teaches us to deal with temptations and trials. I am looking forward to worshipping with you online. We celebrate this week with another group of folks who have joined our church in the midst of a global pandemic. If you are interested in our membership class, join me Sunday - see more info below.  

Grace and peace.
Rev Dr. Duane A Anders (he, him, his)

P.S. Thank you for your faithful giving. We are working to be good stewards of both campuses. This week, the Downtown Campus is working to repair the roof over the Fellowship Hall stage. In the next couple of weeks, we will begin to replace the carpet in the Emmaus Center. Thanks for your faithful giving.  

Coffee & Conversation
THIS Sunday, April 18th • 12:30pm • via Zoom

Are you newer to Boise FUMC? Looking to learn more about United Methodism generally and the Cathedral of the Rockies specifically? Join Pastor Duane via Zoom to discover more. 

Contact Carrie Dubert for Coffee and Zoom link info.
Membership Class
THIS Sunday, April 18th - May 23rd (skip May 9) • 1:30-3pm • via Zoom

Looking to take the next step in your faith journey? You are invited to participate in our Membership Class. This five-week class, taught by Pastor Duane, provides an opportunity to better understand what it means to be a United Methodist, what it means to be part of the Cathedral of the Rockies, and how you can better connect into the life of the church.

Contact Carrie Dubert to sign-up.
Live on the Lot
April 25th • 11am • Downtown Campus • Block 75


Outdoor, in-person worship is back! Masked and socially distanced, please bring your own chair and plan to join us for worship. Registration is limited so sign-up here today.

If you would prefer to worship from your car, use the same registration link, and mark your attendance as "FM Receiver Parking Spot". We can't wait to have you join us!
Congrats 2021 Graduates!
 
Calling all 2021 Grads - Highschool and beyond! Graduation season is quickly approaching and we want to honor all our 2021 high school & college grads in our online worship experiences! If you are a graduate or you know a loved one in our congregation who is, please email Tracy Quissell by April 30th and include the following information in your email:
  • Graduate's name
  • School
  • Email address
  • Mailing address
  • Current photo
  • Future plans (optional)
Cathedral Family Camp
June 25-27th, 2021 • Hot Springs Campground • Multi-Campus Event

If you have not yet started perfecting your dutch oven recipe, the time has come... Family Camp is right around the corner and you know you want to add your name in sharpie to one of our amazing trophies!  Here are the basics:  
  • $50 per family (to include up to 6 persons)
  • COTR will provide dogs, burgers, drinks, and condiments on Saturday night
  • Campers provide Saturday nights side dishes and desserts - this is when the famous Dutch Oven cook-off happens. ALL are encouraged to enter!
  • All other meals are on your own
  • There will be times of organized family fun to include a volleyball game (adults vs. kids) and the yearly family regatta.
  • There will also be plenty of downtime to relax and do as you choose
  • Campfire each night - COTR will provide s'mores ingredients
  • Outdoor worship will take place on Sunday morning at 10am
Use this link to register. Email Pastor Debbie with additional questions.
Friendship Feast
Every Sunday at 12:30 pm, every 3rd Thursday at 5 pm • Downtown Campus

Help us cut the cost of the Friendship Feast by donating specific supplies. We are in need of these donated items:
  • cases of bottled water
  • individual bags of mixed chips
Drop them off at the hospitality desk at the Downtown Campus.
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