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Father Chris Adams Is New Rector At TOTH

on July 26, 2015 - 5:47pm

Father Chris Adams is the new Rector at Trinity on the Hill Episcopal Church. Photo by Kirsten Laskey/ladailypost.com

By KIRSTEN LASKEY
Los Alamos Daily Post

Father Chris Adams stepped behind the pulpit for the first time July 19 at Trinity on the Hill Episcopal Church. Adams is the church’s new Rector; he succeeds Colin Kelly who retired in May 2013.

Reflecting on his first sermon, Adams told the Los Alamos Daily Post, “One of things that has been really awesome is the warmth that this community has received me and my family.”

He added a highlight has been becoming a part of the community

Pastor Granillo: Fearless Love

on July 26, 2015 - 4:58pm
By Pastor RAUL GRANILLO
Los Alamos

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to love fearlessly? By that, I mean to love without the fears of disappointment, betrayal, rejection, or anything else that could hinder or prevent love.

Being open to love is scary because we know that it makes us vulnerable. And we know that people are capable of hurting us if we don’t set up guards—guards that protect us from getting hurt by others, but that can also prevent us from reaching out.

I spend a week every year at a youth camp, helping teens work through the everyday issues of life.

Local Family Heading To Africa As Missionaries

on July 26, 2015 - 8:35am

The Blake Family of Los Alamos

COMMUNITY News:

The Blakes, a Los Alamos family of five, plans to enter full-time mission work with SIM (sim.org) in Niger, Africa.

Carrie (Valentine) Blake, daughter of Allen and Judy Valentine, grew up in White Rock. She, along with her husband Sean and their teenagers Caitriona, Garrett and Derrick are leaving in August for French language training in Paris to prepare for their mission work in Galmi, Niger.

The Blakes will join the SIM team at the Galmi Hospital in Niger.

WR Presbyterian Hosts Rummage & Taco Sale July 25

on July 24, 2015 - 2:42pm
Courtesy photo
 
WRPC News:
 
The Service Ministry Committee of White Rock Presbyterian Church (WRPC) is hosting a rummage sale 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, July 25. 
 
All proceeds from the sale benefit one of three missions selected by the Committee: Julie’s Helpers Navajo Scholarship Fund, Young Life Camp Scholarships and Operation Christmas Child.
 
Julie’s Helpers Navajo Scholarship Fund provides scholarships to Navajo women who plan to return to their community after college to help their people.

Faith & Science: Intelligent Design Theory Wednesday

on July 20, 2015 - 4:17pm
Faith & Science:
Intelligent Design Theory

Everyone who accepts the Hebrew Scriptures as revealed truth believes in intelligent design of the universe and its inhabitants. But, what is this Intelligent Design (ID) Theory?

To its proponents, a few scientists and groups in the UK and US, it’s a scientific conclusion and method based on observations and logical deductions. To its detractors, including many scientists of faith and a Pennsylvania court, it’s not science and does not belong in science classrooms.

Pastor Granillo: Connectivity

on July 19, 2015 - 7:47am
By Pastor RAUL GRANILLO
Los Alamos

I noticed a sign this week that reads, “Everything in life is connected!” I believe that to be a true statement, and I think most people would agree.

We are all connected to each other through many channels including family, work, or school. Today social media has ensured that we are connected or connectable to anyone anywhere. Of course the sign implies a deeper connection than just everyday relationships; it reminds us that our lives intersect with the lives of others and all of creation in countless ways that we may never see but exist all the same.

Pastor Granillo: Freedom To Live

on July 12, 2015 - 6:58am
By Pastor RAUL GRANILLO
Los Alamos

“Do you have any regrets?”

I can’t tell you how many times I have been asked that question. I hear it asked of people all the time. We seem to be very interested in how people feel about their choices. And why not? After all, how they feel about a choice they’ve made helps us decide if it a path is worth the effort or not.

For the longest time when asked, I would always answer, “No, of course not.

Faith & Science: Evolution 6 p.m. Today

on July 8, 2015 - 12:29pm
LAFSF News:
 
The faith and science talk for today, presented by Nelson Hoffman, deals with the idea of evolution, the meaning of the term, and various ways that Christians look at evolution (Evidence for or against evolution will be discussed by a future speaker).
 
The term evolution has several meanings: adaptation or microevolution, where traits of organisms go through a succession of relatively small genetic variations that often cause the formation of new subspecies; the observed changes in physical anatomy preserved by the fossil record; the general concept that all past and present

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