News & Updates
Houston Project 2012, by Alice King
St. Luke's Houston Project Committee 2012 is pleased to announce gifts made through grants totaling $100,000.
A Look at 2012, by Mark Kidd
2012 Board of Stewards Chair Mark Kidd reflects on the past year.
January in the Rotunda Gallery, by Carol Mohrman
This month's gallery exhibit features our Kids Hope mentors and their students.
Prayer for the Children and Teachers of Sandy Hook, by Dr. Tom Pace
Dear God of all times,
You tell us that when we can’t find the words to say, you will turn our groans into prayers. Today, we groan, O God, and we trust that you will receive our anguish as a prayer to you.
Playing chase in the Dominican, by Anna Louise Buckley
This past summer, I signed up for a mission trip to the Dominican Republic with St. Lukeâ€™s United Methodist Church. At first, this opportunity just seemed like a great addition to my resume and a chance to leave the unbearable humidity of Houston. I didnâ€™t realize how much the trip and the kids would impact me.
Carol Buckley received her call, by Paul Hesson
Carol believes that â€śwe are all called to do something for others.â€ť She has found her calling at Trees of Hope, a non-profit organization that raises money exclusively for childrenâ€™s programs at the Star of Hope Mission for the homless.
A Journey through Advent at St. Luke's, by St. Luke's UMC
Articles Included: Remember the Story of Advent, Symbols to Remind Us of The Story, Finding Ourselves in The Story, Responding to The Story
Twas The Night Before Counseling, by Finnegan Counseling Center
‘Twas the night before counseling, when all through my head My thoughts were racing like a kid on a sled The reds and the greens of the season were there But for me there were shades of blue in the air ...
Youth 3-on-3 at the G.C., by Gethsemane Campus
Over 25 young men took their best game to the outdoor basketball court of the Gethsemane Campus on October 20. Youth of ages eleven to nineteen gathered from our youth ministry, Challenge High School, Sharpstown High School, Lee High School, Jane Long, the reVision program and other various schools to compete for first place.
Incarnation, by Dr. Tom Pace
In a Bible study class I was teaching once, a young woman asked questions I could not answer. “Was Mary’s labor difficult, or did Jesus come quickly and easily? Did Joseph help deliver the baby? Did she shout and scream?” Frankly, I had never considered such a thing.