Šiauliai Cathedral

Šiauliai Cathedral

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Taylor 2015.10.14 15:30:10
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Pjuan 2015.10.14 14:41:22
Dear Julian, it had been a very long time not talking to you, your good and crciital article deserves every politicians, church or non- church leaders,laymen, journalists and NGO peoples etc etc to read it. You have a very in-depth understandings and analysis of those very complicated power dynamics in the context of the faith seeking. Except Ho Pak Leung, I know the other two candidates personally and observed them with a more inside knowledge and life experiences, so happened, they are also CUHK alumni. From my humble knowledge and understanding, the " faith " being revealed by Rev. So as you mentioned with this particular case,to my judgement,is a distorted picture of Christian Faith, NOT the authentic one. No one in the world, that they can able to claim themselves as represent the true and unfailing picture of Christ's love, unconditional acceptances and hope. Continue your good writing and very thought provoking journey. Take care, Mau Chi wang繆熾宏 96441260, mauchiwang@netvigator.com
Mouhamed 2012.12.11 15:13:02
As a pastor's wife- this topic is near to my heart!First of all, I have to say that I do not beielve that the "Church" is at fault!! The Bible is very clear, that it is to be us PARENTS that are to be training our children in righteousness!!! Sunday School & Youth Group were started many, many years later & really were started for the "non-churched" kids! Those statistics are sad, but I think they are a lot due to the fact that parents have been relying on the church to teach their children about Christ- instead of taking an active role themselves (& actually living what they beielve)!A couple things our church does that I LOVE are... when children turn 4, they join their parents in "big" church- children younger than that are certainly welcome, but there is nursery & children's church provided for children under 4. Although I do understand how difficult it can be for some kids to sit so long (we are all about wiggles at our house), we beielve that having children in the service, plants seeds in their little hearts! :)We also have just started a curriculum (our pastors & elders & teachers have created) that lasts 7 years & walks everyone through the Bible... all Sunday School classes of various ages as well as the sermon are focused on the SAME topic... are memorizing the same verse, etc. In this way, children (along with their parents) will go through an in depth study of the whole Bible twice.Sorry, this is getting way too long! ;)Great question!Jessica
Nadeem 2012.09.04 06:20:40
Hope I haven't missed the ouivobs, but what are you going to Lithuania for? I mean, it's sure a very nice place, but it's rather far from the published route through Ukraine and Russia, one'd think you had a better chance of getting a suitable mobile plan in Kiev or Moscow, isn't it?In any case, wish you all the best for your trip, may the roads all be smooth and free!
Noreen Malone 2008.08.09 17:33:47
T=Don't miss the beautiful wood sculptures in the gardens outside the cathedral.

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2008.08.09 17:33:47 | Noreen Malone
T=Don't miss the beautiful wood sculptures in the gardens outside the cathedral.
2012.09.04 06:20:40 | Nadeem
Hope I haven't missed the ouivobs, but what are you going to Lithuania for? I mean, it's sure a very nice place, but it's rather far from the published route through Ukraine and Russia, one'd think you had a better chance of getting a suitable mobile plan in Kiev or Moscow, isn't it?In any case, wish you all the best for your trip, may the roads all be smooth and free!

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