Guest Post While most of us in the church community recognize the religious benefits of church attendance, science is endorsing participation for additional reasons. It seems researchers are agreeing that church is good for us, particularly as we age. There are valuable contributions to our quality of life that can be measured, in addition toContinue reading “Seniors Reap Added Benefits from Church Attendance”
For many of us we will not have the Holy Week and Easter we wanted, have come to know or would desire to have. Fellow Christians from around the world mourn with you. In this last week before Holy Week, I cannot help but think how we can be co-creators with God to make theseContinue reading “Our Lenten Journey-Week Five”
Be open to the Holy Spirit to guide you when you are lost, to help you navigate times of hardship, crisis, tensions, and loss. Ask the Holy Spirit to keep you in line with the will of God.
“My Lord God, I have no idea where I am going. I do not see the road ahead of me. I cannot know for certain where it will end. nor do I really know myself, and the fact that I think I am following your will does not mean that I am actually doing so.Continue reading “Blending our Lenten and Dementia Journey”
Today, all across this country people are celebrating Thanksgiving. We celebrate with prayer, by watching parades, by preparing foods that carry with them great tradition, and by gathering with loved ones. It is a day that is seen as kicking off the holiday season, and with it comes a range of emotions and experiences. ItContinue reading “To Be Grateful, Always”