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Church marketing personnel need to be up-to-date with the latest church marketing strategies and resources to successfully implement the church / parish marketing plan. This church marketing blog enables church marketing personnel to engage in blog discussions relating to the church marketing issues of today. The 'Church Marketing Manual for the Digital Age (2nd ed)', 2011, by Bryan Foster, forms the basis for most of these blog posts.

Love is the Meaning of Life

Wednesday, November 01, 2017
'Love is the Meaning of Life. God is Love. God is the Meaning of Life' is the theme of my latest book, which I am currently writing.

This School Church Marketing website by author Bryan Foster now has a webpage titled - LOVE.

On this LOVE webpage I will continually add various extracts from the new book. These will take the form of articles.

Fourteen articles so far are as seen on the LOVE webpage on this website:

Family Love - the Greatest and Strongest Love of All
Love is Social Justice for All
Love One Another as I Have Loved You
God is Love - Love is the Meaning of Life - God is the Meaning of Life
Love - Through a Natural Oceanic Experience
Love and Forgiveness - Essential for True Love!!!
Love is the Meaning of Life - Human Frailties Get in the Way
There is a God - Through a 25th Birthday Experience
There is a God - Through the Two Perspectives of Faith and the Historical / Cultural / Lived Experiences
Love Changes All
Love is ... Celebrating the Success of Others
Love is Giving - Australian Mateship Wins Out in Flood Covered Queensland
The Love of Priests and Pastors for Their Communities 


The 'Love is the Meaning of Life' blog post written by Bryan Foster, author of Church Marketing Manual for the Digital Age (2nd ed) - the paperback and ebook manual for Church communications and marketing personnel - 304 pages of easy to read and implement summarized points, which allow for a considerably large number of quality stategies and examples to be detailed and available for church marketing personnel - with copyright remaining GDPL. Book available from Amazon.com and Createspace.com   

Follow the moon beam – everyone is special in God’s eyes

Saturday, May 12, 2012

Wherever you are, you cannot escape the capture of the moonbeam.

As you look towards the moon on a clear night, you become the centre of its gleaming light. You are the one literally at the centre! No-one in this world is at the centre of the light shining on you! You are extremely special!

God is signalling you out! You are the special one! You are the full focus of God’s attention – you are it!

Everyone is special in the eyes of God. The moonlight shows this more than anything else. Wherever you move, no matter the speed, no matter the time, you are always at the centre! You cannot escape this centeredness. No matter how hard you try, you are always at the centre of the moonbeam – centre of God’s attention!

This is a very special invitation to realise the reality of God and the place you play in this loving relationship.

The same reality occurs when under the influence of a direct ray of sunlight. (We believe it is best not to look at this most powerful beam, due to the impact it may have on our eyes and our vision.) Yet, this awesome sunbeam, with all its power and heat and intensity, says much to us about God and God’s relationship with each individual person.

God loves us so much that he wants us to respond to his loving kindness, compassion and forgiveness.

If we can find God in the warmth and the power of the sun, or the gentle peacefulness and quiet of the moon-bean, we are open to experience the real God in our lives!

The moon-beam and the silence of the light gleaming over the sea towards us, as we sit quietly on the seashore, is a holy, Godly experience. We need to be open to experience our God in the silence, quietness and gentleness of the moon-beam.

The 'Follow the moon beam – everyone is special in God’s eyes' blog post written by Bryan Foster, author of Church Marketing Manual for the Digital Age (2nd ed), - the paperback and ebook manual for Church communications and marketing personnel - 304 pages of easy to read and implement summarized points, which allow for a considerably large number of quality stategies and examples to be detailed and available for church marketing personnel - with copyright remaining GDPL. Book available from Amazon.com and Createspace.com



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