by Christine Sine
A couple of weeks ago, Tom and I were excited to join James Amadon, the new MSA executive director and his friends for a clean up day on the Camano property. In a couple of hours we cleared out the remaining broken glass from the vandalism and hauled away loads of trash. In the grass where our labyrinth was usually located we found a painted stone that read: New beginnings are often disguised as painful endings. The transition to new leadership has gone very well, but it is painful to see the damage on the property and to struggle
with how to move forward without it happen
ing again. It is encouraging to see James’ enthusiasm and the new things that are starting to grow. I I sensed God is saying This is a new and important beginning.
You can catch a glimpse of what is emerging in this video of Tom interviewing James a few days ago. Expect to hear much more in the near future about these exciting developments and for more information on how you can be a part of what is happening email James at firstname.lastname@example.org.