The Lord is our strength; whom shall we fear?

We all have fears.  Some of us have basic fears, like that of the dark or a spooky movie.  Others of us have phobias–physiological reactions to certain stimuli, like heights or spiders.  Some are paralyzed by fear, absolutely frightened by the unknown. Fear can become overwhelming, but it can also become a powerful catalyst forContinue reading “The Lord is our strength; whom shall we fear?”

Caregivers: Burdened and blessed, and how to move on (Part 2)

In our southern society, it is inappropriate to complain, speak negatively, or moan-n-groan in general.  Ours is a community that prides itself on having-it-all-together and not revealing the deepest feelings with which we live on a daily basis.   As we consider this second article (of three) on how caregivers can grow spiritually, we must turnContinue reading “Caregivers: Burdened and blessed, and how to move on (Part 2)”