Be our guest so you can experience and discover Wooddale. Be part of a worship service, stop by the Guest Center, get a coffee and a roll and tell us a little about yourself. We would love to learn your name and a bit of your story and answer your questions.
In life, there are leaders and there are followers (so the saying goes). This saying overlooks a very important role – that of the equipper. If it weren’t for equippers, those who would be leaders would not be adequately prepared to lead.
Senior adults are encouraged to invite their friends to join them for an afternoon at the theater. On Thursday, February 12, Wooddale senior adults will travel to the Plymouth Playhouse to enjoy the musical stage production Pop Up Musical.
According to his mother, ML was a wonderful son when at 14 he turned to alcohol and drugs. In years that followed, he made troubled choices and was caught in a downward spiral. When he seemed to be doing better, he suddenly ended his own life, leaving a note saying he was sorry. “We had forgiven him – he could not forgive himself,” his mother said.
Our bodies require food for nourishment and Paul parallels this with our bodies need for spiritual nourishment. In Ephesians 4, he writes about having unity and maturity in the body of Christ. “We are no longer infants, but will grow to become the mature body of him who is the head, that is, Christ” (4:15).
We have all been in the situation, where it feels as though everything is spiraling out of control. It may have started when you lost your job, your friends suddenly turned against you or you were faced with an expenditure that was more than your finances could handle. At those times, you may wonder what to do, how it all started or even where God is.
Cheryl Howell started volunteering about 10 years ago because of a Bible passage that spoke to her. She was reading Titus 2, which instructs how Christians should behave, especially in regards to teaching and instructing each other.