Slovakian Employed Coffee Church

Hello!

Benjamin from Brother’s Campfire here!

I started the weekend right by attending church in person! It was great to see everyone in my church family and some of my immediate family. Some of them are out with Covid.

We have socially distant church, sitting six feet apart by separate row and wearing masks.

Good common sense is not so common. We care about our elderly saints and being careful will keep them with us longer.

We can learn from those who experienced it before us.

I am excited to have attended Heritage Pentecostal today. If you would like a Bible study, feel free to contact me.

I will let you know, that after many of you prayed for me, I can breath much better. I have most of my energy back as well! Thank you for your prayer and thank you Jesus!

Tomorrow, my children are scheduled to go to school…. In person! I don’t know what to do with the free time!

Perhaps I will write more of the Ongoing Tale. Who knows. I am excited they are exiting for a bit.

I will say I am thankful for my friend Laz for telling me to be me yesterday. In strange coincidence, a follower from Linkedin, all the way from 🇸🇰 Slovakia had a similar encouragement.

Simone Espanhol, thank you as well. In a toxic, dog eat dog world, you have demonstrated that there are sincere people in the world that care.

I see you have subscribed so…

Welcome to the Campfire! When you need to promote a service, do let me know.

Speaking of services, I am reaching out to a few artists to recreate a drawing that inspired the Ongoing Tale as I am looking for a logo. One day, I may make Brother’s Campfire a brand and market a product.

One of the idea is selling coffee and tea, but I must say, I do not like the mark up so far and it would have to be free trade.

If you have any connection to the coffee or tea industries, let me know.

Well, it is time to get ready for Sunday evening church. I will see you all tomorrow!

Sunday go to meeting attire

Author: The Storyteller

Benjamin Thiel is a husband, father, correctional professional and author of The Ongoing Tale at Brothers Campfire. His favorite quote is "Don't count the lions. It will make you afraid and slow you down."

26 thoughts on “Slovakian Employed Coffee Church”

  1. Hooray for in-person church! My family has been able to attend for a few weeks in a row now and it has been awesome. There’s something particularly meaningful about live, corporate worship.

  2. So sad I’m still at home listening. The sounds were amazing and made me a bit jealous. But rejoicing in all that happened quickly outweighed my jealousy looking forward to being able to attend next Sunday.

  3. It’s so great that you are able to attend church in person again! Most here are still doing online but there are a couple that have opened up. One church only has about 8 people attending each Sunday. I worry this may force some to close their doors 🙁 For me, I am still attending online services.

    1. While we need to congregate as a people, the church is not a structure to me. The church can assemble anywhere. It would be unfortunate if doors were closed though. Good to hear from you Angie.

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