It’s hard sometimes to enjoy your life when confronted with people who can’t. They are under a cloud. There is a crisis. As Christians, what are we to do?
A lot of people don’t like visiting hospitals, nursing homes, funeral homes, or other words, other people’s pain. Why is that? I think the answer is fairly obvious and especially important if the person we are visiting is clinically depressed. We don’t want to be faced with what […]
Would you agree that life can get pretty “messy” at times. The perplexities, the questions, the downright confusion. We have a hard time understanding where God is at times. It’s like he’s hiding. Do you ever feel that way? When really good people get seriously ill, I think, “Why […]
Years ago I started writing a book about depression. I’ve yet to get up enough nerve to send it to a publisher. While the idea of physical activity to treat depression is nothing new, it’s been more or less stated as ‘it’s a good thing to do”, but […]
F, for “future” (Btw, last year I included husbands, children, grandchildren, friends, parents, under the appropriate letter, so didn’t include them this year .) When I think of the future, the concept of “hope” is always present. Hope that a cure will be found for Down Syndrome, cancer, […]