Submitted by Gail Seidel on Wed, 08/06/2008 - 00:00
She seemed distant from the very start of their small staff community group. Even her leader tried to draw her out and make connection, inviting her to meet for coffee or lunch or shopping? She was the one who acted disinterested when the group wanted to set a date for a dinner together. Her ministry job required a lot of time. At one point she even said she really didn’t need the group. She had her own friends.
Submitted by Sandra Glahn on Tue, 08/05/2008 - 00:00
North Americans seem obsessed with new stuff. I used to love International Coffee's Cafe Vienna, until they "updated" the flavor. So I switched the "French Vanilla." But they did the same thing with that! Somehow we seem to think that "new and improved" is always better. If you don't believe me, walk down the aisle in your grocery store and count the number of times you see "new!" written in bold on the front of a product.
Submitted by Heather Goodman on Mon, 08/04/2008 - 00:00
Tapestry began as women came together to discuss sharing ministry ideas and resources on the Internet, particularly through bible.org. We came to realize that it would be profitable to discuss these issues with women serving God in various ministries throughout the world.