But there is injury and damage that calls for our compassion: included below is a press release from Donald Hayashi on behalf of the National Federation of Asian American United Methodists. Don’s roots are in (northern) California, and is a friend to many of us in the west; I invite you to read his encouragement for prayers and support.
Now as we enter this season of Lent, we are called to be mindful of the cycle of dark and light, death and life. May we truly feel the humility of our mortality, and the hope of Christ everlasting.
Bishop Mary Ann
UMVIM SITE IN NEED OF ENGLISH TEACHER
McCurdy is in dire need of a Secondary English Teacher for the rest of the year. The position is half a day. If the person would like to work all day, that can be arranged! I know that the right person is out there, and that you will lead them to us..
We offer free lodging, and for this position, perhaps a meal stipend can be arranged. They would have to be certified, and we need this person yesterday.
If they are married, they can bring a spouse, as we need help all over the campus.
Please call me ASAP on the cell to let me know if there is even a slight possibility of getting someone right away.
Bless you, bless you, bless you!
Assistant Director of Church Relations & VIM Coordinator
261 McCurdy Road
Espanola, NM 87532
(505) 753-7221, ext. 268