You can send me a letter at:
PO Box 53065
Washington, DC 20009
Great idea as a follow-up to the year of giving. I have been hand-writing letters for years, and teach clergy and lay leaders to do so all the time. i highly recommend the book, “A Simple Act of Gratitude,” by John Kralik, a story of how writing thank you notes and letters truly changed one man’s life. Amazing! But, as you know what happens when we freely give, maybe it’s not so amazing. Maybe that’s what’s supposed to happen: transformation.
Blessings and peace,
The Rev’d Canon Timothy M. Dombek
Canon for Stewardship and Planned giving
The Episcopal Diocese of Arizona
114 W. Roosevelt Street
Phoenix, AZ 85003-1406
(602) 254-0976, ext 2229 work,
(602) 495-6603, fax
(602) 615-1352, cell
“Goodness is something so simple: always to live for others, never to seek one’s own advantage.” –Dag Hammarskjold
Thank you so much for your thoughtful reply. I have not heard of Mr. Kralik’s book, but I will see to it that I obtain a copy and read it. It sounds like I’d enjoy it. Keep up your practice of writing letters by hand!
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