The current installment of the COEC began meeting in 2007.

We are currently on a "break," for no particular reason, and many little reasons - mostly pertaining to life circumstances. If anyone is interested in calling a meeting, feel free to post on the blog, join the google group (see link below) and send an email, or contact either Nancy (nancykj10@yahoo.com) or Jesse (schroeder.jesse@gmail.com) for more information.

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Cohort meeting at North Market

Yesterday was such a blessing!  I thank God that we have a place that we  can share our painful times and memories and, by doing so, we are able to heal all the more quickly.  We are truly blessed to feel free to expose our skeletons and know that we won't be scorned and rejected.  I pray for all Christian communities, that they may receive that love without conditions that we have here.  It would be nice to be a part of that type of ministry to our brothers and sisters in Christ that are locked into that limited heart space.  I am not sure how that happens, but I would like to have a discussion about it sometime and hear what everyone else thinks.

I forgot to bring up the Wild Goose Festival in June.  If you've checked it out, I'd like to know if you have considered going.  It sounds like it will be an amazing event!  If you haven't read about it, please do and maybe we can arrange going together. 

Bro. Curt


Adam Newby said...

It was great to hear your story, Curt. As well as Tracy's and Roger's. Thanks for sharing. I think the listener as well as the one sharing receives healing.

Roger said...

Yes, thanks for sharing your story, Curt. Thanks, as well, for your compassionate and supportive comments regarding Tracy and my experiences.
I agree that would be a good topic for discussion.

Jesse said...

I said this already on an earlier post, but I'll say it again: I really enjoyed our gathering on Sunday. I was thinking about it all throughout the evening on Sunday, and just felt a warm sense of peace, community, and understanding shared amongst everyone at the table. I greatly appreciate Curt, Roger and Tracy being willing to share their stories, and I hope that we will be able to return the favor in upcoming gatherings.