Pressure to Productive

During quarantine, I’ve heard many describe a feeling of guilt or pressure to do more. This idea that being stuck at home should make us suddenly extremely productive. The idea that we should be working longer hours, accomplishing more tasks and chores, or getting...

Don’t Despair!

When King David was at a point of despair in his life, he gave himself a pep talk and penned these words: I believe that I shall look upon the goodness of the Lord in the land of the living! Wait for the Lord; be strong and let your heart take courage; wait for...

His Promise

Everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved. (Joel 2:32) What a comforting thought! There are no souls in hell who love, trust, worship and call on the name of the Lord. When we love, trust in and serve Jesus Christ we are saved. It would be contrary to...

Treatment for Coronavirus

It has almost been two months since the Coronoavirus was declared a pandemic. Like many of you, I have spent those months at home, struggling to adjust to a change in life as we have always known it. While I could discuss at length the struggles we’ve endured, I...

Thank and Love One Another

 (I am so incredibly proud – and thankful – for our precious daughter, Meredith, and for her blog this week. John and I were blessed to have her home with us for five weeks – and we miss her!! This picture was taken on a windy after dinner walk one evening before she...

Stand firm

“It [is] the best of times, it [is] the worst of times.”1 This phrase of Charles Dickens can apply to many conflicts. Today, for all of us, in the middle of this life-changing pandemic, those words are relevant to our response to present situation. We can’t control...

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