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Started by Helen Irwin. Last reply by maggie rees May 5, 2012.
Started by Zanny Lovemore Blew Aug 19, 2009.
IMPORTANT NOTE RE: THE NAVY BLUE SCARF PROJECT
This is a really important project for KAS and will benefit the cold school children.
Here's the Link to the Blue Scarf Project discussion. You will find all the details about scarf requirements and WHY we are doing this in the introduction
Pam is doing a "Totaliser" in the intro, so once a month when we hear from Ronda how many scarves have arrived, Pam will update it For every 10 scarves she will use a scarf symbol. Every time we reach 50, she will post a school bus.
The current number of scarves to arrive is 44 - we are close to getting our first bus!
The benefit KAS receives in having their mail picked up and delivered to the offices by the pharmaceutical company and in addition the monetary help in rent money are both real advantages for KAS. In return, we need to get on board and support KAS by making and donating the navy scarves
Please post photos of your scarves in the discussion and in Photos - we have an album started
Love and Greetings to all at KAS! I just found this wonderful quote:
“Retracing More’s life taught me a valuable lesson:
that no act done in faith will ever truly perish.”
Written by: Karen Swallow Prior, regarding Hannah More (1745 to 1833) who worked for the poor, to help others and to abolish slavery. I saw it in the article at:
Thank you for the inspiring messages Jeanne. Prayers are with you for good health. Blessings everyone. Love to all at KAS. Let's make this a wonderful month for the children - just one extra little bit for them.
Thank you Susan
Welcome Francine. Our little church groups sometimes is quite active and other times rather slow. It's filled with like-minded gals though, and I;'m sure you'll find us all quite friendly and loving. I'm from Nashville, TN. I attend OASIS Church and also am a BSF group leader. (Bible Study Fellowship)
Welcome Francine... delighted that you have joined us on the Church Group.
You will soon get to know us and I am sure feel at home here. God bless.
Just saying hello and getting started at my little squares. I am from Ontario Canada and attend Cornerstone Christian Fellowship.
I have shifted to circular loom knitting for awhile as it works up fast and I am using thicker yarn, bulky mostly. It is great for doing up vests. I have done two and a half so far. My doc has ordered a bunch of xrays, determined to figure out my wonky knees and left shoulder and arm so we shall see. I may end up glowing in the dark at this rate. Regardless, there is a lot of beauty in this world and I consider you ladies to be part of that. I am thankful for what I can do and adjusting to what I cannot. Keep smiling. I hope each of you feels Gods care and concern for you over this coming month.
Thank-you Jeanne for your helpful comment and also for sharing "The touch of the Masters Hand" poem with us... I had heard it before and it is really beautiful and one can really picture the old violin and the auctioneer. It does show how God is in the process of changing us when we submit to Him and His authority in our lives day by day. Lets start the New Year by saying "Thanks be to God for his unspeakable gift" xx
I want to share a for me meaningful message from a minister in my faith:
"Think of the simple yet dignified way our Heavenly Father chose to honor the birth of His Son. On that holy night, angels appeared not to the rich but to shepherds. The Christ child was born not in a mansion but in a manger. He was wrapped not in silk but in swaddling clothes.
The simplicity of that first Christmas foreshadowed the life of the Savior. Though He had created the earth, walked in realms of majesty and glory, and stood at the right hand of the Father, He came to earth as a helpless child. His life was a model of modest nobility, and He walked among the poor, the sick, the downcast, and the heavy laden.
Though He was a king, He cared neither for the honors nor the riches of men. His life, His words, and His daily activities were monuments of simple yet profound dignity.
Jesus the Christ, who knew perfectly how to give, set for us the pattern for giving. To those whose hearts are heavy with loneliness and sorrow, He brings compassion and comfort. To those whose bodies and minds are afflicted with illness and suffering, He brings love and healing. To those whose souls are burdened with sin, He offers hope, forgiveness, and redemption.
If the Savior were among us today, we would find Him where He always was—ministering to the meek, the downcast, the humble, the distressed, and the poor in spirit. During this Christmas season and always, may we give to Him by loving as He loves. May we remember the humble dignity of His birth, gifts, and life. And may we, through simple acts of kindness, charity, and compassion, fill the world with the light of His love and healing power."
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A NOTE ABOUT OUR PATTERN REVISIONS AND WHY THEY ARE IMPORTANT
This photo shows some excellent vests with good body length and generous armholes. We are recommending having armholes 1/3, side seam 2/3 of total body length.
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