Donna Karlen

Leawood News

What would Jesus say?

Posted Jan 8, 2020

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This past weekend, we began our new sermon series by looking at what Jesus would say about the polarization in our country. Christians are either part of the problem or the solution.

Did you know that even if you missed Pastor Adam's message, it's not too late to catch up?

Or maybe you did hear the sermon and you'd like to send it to a friend or share it on your social media. Here are the many ways you can listen:

Coming Up at Resurrection

This weekend in worship: "What Would Jesus Say About Mental Health?" We interviewed and surveyed Millennials and Generation Z to learn about the issues that concern them the most. Explore with us as we search for ways that all generations can work together to improve resources and environments for good mental health.

How do you find hope after tragedy?

Hear from sportscaster Frank Boal at Resurrection Recovery, Thursday, Jan. 16, 6 pm in the Foundry. He will share about his family's journey to hope and healing after the death of his son Brett in a car accident and Brett's struggle with addiction.

Inspired for Life

Get inspired at this year's Women's Conference, "Arise!" Join us Feb. 7 and 8 for meaningful worship, amazing speakers and connecting with friends.

Check out this video for speakers and all the fun! Register here.

Opportunities to Serve

Support our Souper Bowl Drive by volunteering before and during the drive to serve behind the scenes starting Jan. 14. Food drive kicks off Jan. 18.

MLK Day of Serving

Honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a day of serving! See all the activities and serve opportunities planned for MLK Weekend.

Matthew's Ministry Family Night Out

Wear your favorite team's jersey and serve with our Special Needs Ministry, Saturday, Jan. 25, 4:30-8 pm. Sign up here.
 
Help us welcome our first time guests by delivering Resurrection mugs to their homes. Stop by the Mug Wall near the Connection Point in Bldg. A.

Become a CCM

Congregational Care Ministers offer encouragement and support for our church family. Do you think you might be called to serve in this way? Complete an application here.

Give the Warmest Welcome

Is smiling your favorite? Serve once a month welcoming people arriving for worship. Greeters can sign up here.

Support Foster Families

Support and encourage foster and adoptive families at FAB Night, Saturday, Feb. 1, 6:30 pm, Student Center. Sign up here.

Help with the Car Show

Volunteer for the 2020 Car Show and help plan this summer community event! Email Kent Baker.

For Families and Students

Wednesdays at Resurrection are for connecting and learning with others. Dinner at 5:30 pm, classes at 6:15 pm. Featured class in the Foundry is New Year! New You!

Building Better Grandparents

Join Building Better Grandparents on Tuesday, Jan. 14, 9:30 am OR 6:30 pm, for Navigating Family Boundaries. Register here.

Art Guild

Artists are invited to learn and create with Hugo Ximello-Salido at Art Guild, Saturday, Jan. 18, 9 am, Parlor.

Pet Ministry

Resurrection's Pet Ministry is bringing in the Geese Police Border Collies for a family friendly event, Tuesday, Jan. 21, 6:30 pm, Parlor. Register via email.

Get to Know Resurrection

Learn about our church at Coffee with the Pastors – Sunday, Jan. 26, 2 pm, Foundry.

Check out Youth & Children's Music

All are welcome!

Employment Opportunities

Learn about these opportunities or browse employment resources.

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Donna Karlen

Donna Karlen

Donna Karlen serves in Communications at Church of the Resurrection by creating and managing social media content.

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