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  • Hannah Kardon

    Lucy Jane Rider Meyer (1849-1922), chemist and early proponent of the Deaconess movement, who did urban ministry and training in Chicago in the early 20th century.

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December 17th Saint Olympias. Father in heaven, we thank you for your goodness and generosity. You give each of us different gifts. We pray that we will be good stewards of the gifts that you have bestowed on us. Like the council that St. John gave to Olympias, we ask for spiritual guidance also, Father, that we will know Your will for us and how to use our gifts in service of others. We pray that we always remember that what we have is to be extended, not hoarded for ourselves, whether it be our riches, our time or our talent; for what you have given to us is not ours alone, but to be shared with others. Amen. I found this prayer