Yes, one way is to praise God in any and every situation. Now, I know this isn’t a natural response to stress and fear, but learning to be thankful for whatever circumstance you’re in will help you see things as God sees them and He will encourage you as you learn to trust in Him.Read More
It is very easy for those who live in assisted living centers or nursing homes to feel isolated especially during the holiday season. Until you are able to go visit your family member, it’s important to make the extra effort to show them you love and care about them. A care package, an extra phone […]Read More
Every four years, it’s such a treat watching athletes compete in the Summer Olympics. And one of our favorite events to watch is the marathon, where the runners begin in a stadium filled with onlookers, leave the stadium for a 26.2-mile run, and then return to the cheering crowd a few hours later to cross the finish line.Read More
Imagine this: You’re watching the very end of the Super Bowl and the score is tied. With just seconds left to play, one team snaps the ball and the quarterback barely escapes being tackled. And with all of his strength, he throws the ball to his receiver. It’s a fantastic catch! The receiver escapes one, two, three defenders and crosses the goal line just as the clock runs out to make his team the world champions.
The camera pans to the sideline of the winning team. Yet, when you’d expect to see them rushing the field and hoisting the receiver up on their shoulders, there’s only silence as they quietly walk back to the locker room.Read More
Pray and ask God to reveal to you where the largest amount of stress is coming from in your life. Once you know, pray again and tell him that you fully entrust that to Him. And when that stress comes up again, keep on praying. When you start to hand over the big worries to […]Read More
The first thing I do is remind people of the hope we have in Jesus Christ… Jesus said in John 11:25-26, I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in Me will live, even though he dies; and whoever lives and believes…Read More
Absolutely! In fact, we will know each other better in heaven. On the Mount of Transfiguration, Peter, James, and John knew that the two men standing with Jesus were Moses and Elijah. In the same way, we will know our loved ones who have accepted Christ and gone on to heaven before us.Read More
First of all, you have to understand the every Christian will experience spiritual dryness at some point. But typically, it’s our response when those seasons hit that will determine how long they last.
You have two choices…
Well, I have often found that quoting Scripture is a great way to defeat the enemy when I start to worry or have fear. In fact, it’s a great idea to write down a promise from God’s Word about fear (Philippians 4:6-7, Isaiah 41:13, 1 Peter 5:7) and carry it around in your pocket wherever […]Read More
As a senior, you have a unique platform when it comes to speaking truth into others’ lives because people want to hear your story. So when you spend time around friends and family, tell them the story of what God has done in your life. As they listen, they’ll come to a better understanding of […]Read More