Anxiety Versus Anxiously Engaged

Anxiety Versus Anxiously Engaged

Almost 40 million American adults will experience anxiety at some point in their lives.   My helpful iPhone gave the definition for anxiety in two parts:   Anxiety is a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease about something with an uncertain outcome. A strong desire...
Loaves and Fishes

Loaves and Fishes

GOAL: To focus on living the Parable of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10:30-37) for one year. In Matthew, chapter 15, Christ is teaching a group of four thousand men, and an unknown number of additional women and children. These followers had been listening to Christ teach...
Time Passes

Time Passes

Tick   Wow! Less than five months left until your son comes home? That went so fast!   Tock   You must be counting down the weeks now!   Tick   It feels like he just left!   Tock   Time has ceased to have its usual course of action during the last 19+ months. I’ve...
Called to Serve

Called to Serve

Earlier this week, the Sister missionaries who serve in our ward sat with me as we waited for an investigator to meet with us. Since he was late, we had time to chat.   The Sisters quietly asked me if there were something they needed to do differently in our ward...
Plan and Prepare and Then Do

Plan and Prepare and Then Do

Imagine that you are about to go explore the Artic. As you step off the plane into the frigid Arctic winds, you realize that you do not have a coat, boots, nor any other necessary item for survival in this harsh environment.   None of us is so foolish as to travel to...
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