Hope for the Hospitalized

It’s easy to follow quarantine guidelines until your loved one is sick. You know you’re not supposed to travel due to the pandemic, but this is an emergency. Isn’t it? Doubts creep in and you wonder if the Emergency Room is still open? Maybe I should call the doctor first. But they are so swampedContinue reading “Hope for the Hospitalized”

12 Things to Be Thankful For

Heavenly Father, you are our Salvation. From your glorious throne, you look upon your disobedient sons and daughters with compassion. When you see how sin enslaves us, you comfort us. Extending out your hand, you grant us your favor. We trust your plan that you designed for our lives. When we face trials, we rememberContinue reading “12 Things to Be Thankful For”

7 Tips to Overcome Fear of Sharing Christ

Go into all the world and preach the good news to everyone (Mark 16:15) rings loudly in my conscious.  But really Lord, even the grumpy Wal-Mart clerk? Does the Lord feel pain when I don’t pay attention to His teaching? Does he remember the crucifixion, when I doubt whether the person will listen? I meanContinue reading “7 Tips to Overcome Fear of Sharing Christ”

Who is Your Neighbor?

In the television show, Gold Rush, Parker visited a remote area in South America looking for gold.  During his adventure he encountered disadvantaged families who use mercury to recover small pieces of gold from soil and ore. It is really cool to watch how mercury and the gold combines together, making it possible for theContinue reading “Who is Your Neighbor?”