Are you and your spouse on the same page?

October 13, 2010 under Announcements

In this issue:

  • Are you and your spouse on the same page?
  • Christ Renews His Parish
  • Wife Appreciation Dinner
  • Pass the Hat for John Leyendecker
  • Upcoming Calendar

    Are you and your spouse on the same page?

    The Reds lose. The Bengals lose. The only winning team in town is the FATHERS Team. Graham Galloway and Team 4 hope to keep the winning streak alive with their rendition of “Are you and your spouse on the same page?”

      Relationships are dynamic and are ever changing. Is your relationship with your wife growing closer or further apart? One way for the relationship to improve is to have common shared goals or dreams. Goals take many forms, you may call them “dreams, expectations, desire, ideals, vision, values”. Shared goals don’t happen by accident, they take work and communication.

    Christ Renews His Parish

    Three of our own are participating in the CRHP Men’s Retreat this weekend. Please keep these men in your prayers this weekend—and consider writing a HELP letter.

    • Michael Copfer
    • Tony Heekin
    • Mark Oliva

    Wife Appreciation Dinner

    Save the date for November 20, 2010 for the Wife Appreciation Dinner. In your interested in helping, please contact Reid Rooney or Jim Niestradt.


    Pass the Hat for John Leyendecker

    Email from Dan Lape

    Fathers,

    Responding to the request for help for John Leyendecker in last weeks update to the team I decided to pass the hat to see how we could help.

    I’m incredibly impressed in the response and happy to say we raised $230 to make John’s timely travel possible. You all are awesome!! I turned the money over to Mary Mariska Saturday evening so that they could buy the plane ticket. She had a couple of irons in the fire which made up for the rest of the money they needed to pay for the ticket and any excess will go to his mission fund.

    While I don’t want fathers team to turn into a weekly fund raiser, I think it’s very cool that we rise to the occasion when needed.

    God Bless you all and your generosity

    Dan


    Upcoming Calendar

    The complete calendar is on our website: http://www.fathersteam.org/

    • Goals: Are you and your spouse on the same page, do you know her dreams?
      Friday, October 15, 2010 @ 6:03 AM at Hageman Hall
        Relationships are dynamic and are ever changing. Is your relationship with your wife growing closer or further apart? One way for the relationship to improve is to have common shared goals or dreams. Goals take many forms, you may call them “dreams, expectations, desire, ideals, vision, values”. Shared goals don’t happen by accident, they take work and communication. Presented by Team 4
    • Love Thy Neighbor
      Friday, October 22, 2010 @ 6:03 AM at Hageman Hall
        Who are your neighbors and how do you get along? In this age of houses without front porches, privacy fences and automatic garage door openers how do we communicate with those around us? With our busy schedules and busy lives, what does love thy neighbor really mean any longer? Presented by Team 5
    • The Mass vs. “Mega” Church Service
      Friday, October 29, 2010 @ 6:03 AM at Hageman Hall
        “Keep holy the Sabbath Day”, but how? The Mass vs. the Mega Church Service; how does God tell us that he wants to be worshiped? What did Christians inherit from the Jewish Liturgy? How did early Christians worship God? And what does the Bible say? Presented by Team 6
    • First Friday Rosary
      Friday, November 05, 2010 @ 5:30 AM at Hageman Hall
    • Understanding and Living Gods Will
      Friday, November 05, 2010 @ 6:03 AM at Hageman Hall
        Our job, our purpose is to understand and live in God’s will and not be selective when times get tough. Presented by Team 1
    • The Father-Son and Father-Daughter Relationships
      Friday, November 12, 2010 @ 6:03 AM at Hageman Hall
        What do sons and daughters need from dad? How are the Biblical relationships of God the Father and Jesus; as well as, David and Solomon an example for fathers today. Presented by Team 2

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