Tagged: “Ines Velasquez-McBryde”

An update on #7FN: Month 5 is Waste

A little background: In February a group of us started a 7 month challenge and so far we’ve completed 4 months: food, clothing, possessions, and media. June is waste month, and Inés McBryde has some thoughts about trying to cut back in this area. She originally published this on her blog; we are using it […]

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silence is good for the soul

Last weekend, a whole group of women stepped out of their regular weekend routine for about 24 hours…to be silent. Definitely unusual, definitely doesn’t happen all the time, definitely makes for a meaningful and special time when it does. Women’s Fellowship has been doing this retreat for several years now, thanks to Inés McBryde. She […]

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advent conspiracy [give more]: Inés McBryde

Today’s advent conspiracy post is written by Inés McBryde. She grew up in Nicaragua and is now part of our family at FN, along with her husband Rob and son Nash. Her father’s spanish-speaking congregation, Iglesia Betel, also meets at FN. Inés works as a medical interpreter at Children’s Hospital, leads Women’s Fellowship on Monday […]

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We Found Our Way, On The Way

Two weekends ago, 40 women from FN went on a silent prayer retreat. Ines McBryde, director of Women’s Ministries, shares her reflections on their time together below. (You can also read another account here from Alison Chino). ____________________________ We stood in a circle on Saturday afternoon, about 40 us, before the Communion Table and I […]

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