Tag: dementia

encouragement

Christmas moods and how to handle them

SADNESS   (This first part, (the part in italics) was written December 26th, 2016.) Yesterday I took down a few, very few, Christmas decorations. Usually, I enjoy this because I get a chance to re-organize everything and earmark some for Goodwill. It’s a time I look back over the holidays and […]

prayer comes in many forms and colors

Pain hurts. Now there’s a “Duh”.

I have the greatest empathy for anyone who suffers chronic pain. It’s no fun. As you know,  I’ve had numerous foot surgeries. For the past two years, I’ve been able to walk without limping and without pain. Until yesterday. Even the limp is back. Needless to say, I’ve […]

What does grief “look” like on a Christian?

How does a Christian wear their faith and what does that faith look like when one’s journey is painful? Here are my thoughts based on years of studying the Bible, reading books by the great authors of past and present, prayer, and my own trials. Faith isn’t necessarily: […]

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