Reaching out to those who are lacking. Changing our attitude toward them
Creating Space – Before we speak or give our “wise suggestions” to another, perhaps we ought to get to know them a little. Make sure that we understand a bit about their culture and the things they deal with on a daily basis
Adoption makes it possible for every child to have a different legacy.
When I think about the fact that Peter gave these strong instructions to persecuted Christians, I am ashamed that we are so timid to stand up for Christ because it may cost us something. We give in to the tiniest of temptations because we don’t want to be different or called out.
It’s Legacy LinkUp time! Feature Story from MElissa Pickens. A story you don’t want to miss.
True Repentance Makes us Ready to Meet the Lord. We see the day coming but we are no more ready to face the King of Kings and the Lords of Lords than they were in Joel’s day. We sit in our padded pews and “mourn” the sinfulness of our nation but ignore the subtle sins … Continue reading True Repentance What Does it Look Like?
Fibromyalgia – I’d love for you to come along with me on this unpredictable journey.
When you get to my age, you can probably expect to get doctors’ orders for a stress test. After all, we have all got to keep a check on our hearts. Heart attacks, strokes, and other issues can easily sneak up on us without even a clue. To learn more about the why of stress … Continue reading What to Expect at Your Nuclear Stress Test
Interviews with Chronic Pain Warriors #2 I know! It’s strange to write these words [light and momentary] when talking about chronic pain. I have been in an R.A. flair most of the last year and have arrived at the place where I wonder just how much more I can take. Not that I want to … Continue reading Chronic Pain is not Your Identity