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About mychristmycare

Guiding the Stewardship Committee, as part of the National Standing Committees of the Serbian Orthodox Church in North and South America.

Planning for the warmer months (while it’s still snowing outside)!

Romans 12:4-5 4 For just as each of us has one body with many members, and these members do not all have the same function, 5 so in Christ we, though many, form one body, and each member belongs to … Continue reading

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Our daily focus

CHRIST IS RISEN! Throughout the Lenten Season and the Liturgical Year, we reflect on Christ’s death, His Resurrection and the hope of personal Salvation.┬áBut, this will take effort and if we think forty days of Lent was a challenge, difficult … Continue reading

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Your possessions… a loan from God!

The poor man who begs and the rich man who gives–both make the Lord their debtor, but only under the condition that the poor man begs in the name of the Lord with humility and that the rich man gives … Continue reading

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Less talk… more action!

Throughout life, we focus on our many dreams, goals and objectives… endless discussions, multiple planning sessions and many task lists. But whatever we do, unless we move to an action phase, nothing becomes a reality. As with Stewardship, we must … Continue reading

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From “Journey Through the Great Fast”

Stewardship of our daily practices… Jesus assures us that the judgment of God is perfect because His love, compassion and understanding for each soul is perfect. However,we also know that the time of judgment will come and each of us … Continue reading

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The Third Sunday of Great Lent

This Sunday is the third Sunday of Great Lent and the Orthodox Church commemorates the Precious and Life-Giving Cross of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. The Divine Liturgy includes a special veneration of the Cross, which prepares the faithful … Continue reading

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The Stewardship of Church

“The service which we celebrate in Church is a sham unless we put its symbolic meaning into practice outside its walls.” St. John Chrysostom

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