How do you encourage your young one that they can get through a difficult time and walk in victory and success when they’ve made a bad decision? Especially if that decision harms or jeopardizes someone else?Here’s four things you can do to encourage, support and correct your kids.
What do you do if you feel wiped out, weak, worn or weary? You wait. But don’t wait in the weakness hoping something will change. Wait expectantly and hopefully! Believe that the God who created everything gives power to the faint, and increases strength to the weak. Here’s 3 tips that making waiting worth the wait!
When your life is shattered, it won’t seem like it but the ruins can be rebuilt. How do you forgive someone who has stolen from you resulting in loss of life, innocence or relationship? It’s hard to forgive, but . . . there is a way to healing and happiness.
It was a day of disaster. My grandson fell twenty-three feet through a hole in the roof at work. As Craigen fell he had enough time to think “This is it!” As he lay broken on the cement his co-worker was in shock and he had to tell him to call an ambulance. They did not expect him to survive. There is hope! Five tips for navigating tough times.
Grief is the most challenging club you’ll ever be involved in no matter what your age, culture or belief. Any loss must be mourned whether the loss of a job, … Continue Reading The Secret Club of Grief
Have you ever said something you wish you had not? I did several times recently. Then I felt guilty, until I did it again and then I felt guiltier! I … Continue Reading Calm In The Cabin
Does what you consume consume you? What you think about and focus on will effect what you become, who you are. So much can consume you: depression, addiction, loneliness, or … Continue Reading What Consumes You Can Bring Success
Realize your purpose and passions in life and you will have power to achieve your dreams, goals and identity. You will find your place in the planet and accomplish much … Continue Reading Power and Purpose in Passion
Have you ever shed a tear from a tear? I think we all have, from a scratch on the playground to a tear of an Achilles tendon. There are many … Continue Reading Turning Tore to Restore
Loneliness is the soul in isolation. No matter how positive your life outlook is, losing someone can be the most difficult thing you’ve ever experienced. You can be surrounded by … Continue Reading Six Ways You Can Live Away Loneliness
Peace eludes many of us. We all long for the contentment it brings, the smoothness to the wrinkles that this world presents. Despite appearances that we live in prosperity and … Continue Reading <strong>POWER IN PEACE</strong>
The gift of grief is giving the ability to cope with whatever devastating loss that is assaulting you and yours. This gift is the gift of life, the ability to … Continue Reading <strong>The Gift of Grief</strong>
We experienced a miracle! My husband Sam, had respiratory failure with Covid Pneumonia. He was released from the hospital Dec. 28th without even a need for oxygen. Many, including his … Continue Reading <strong>Deflect the Doubts</strong>
My husband, Sam, was in respiratory failure with Covid Pneumonia. Having been an ICU nurse many years and I have personally witnessed cases of respiratory failure that resulted in death. … Continue Reading Turn It Around
When there is trauma you have to contain the damage. As a nurse I was trained to assess, start A.B.C.’s and stop the bleeding to contain the damage … Continue Reading Emotional ABC’s
How do you get through difficult, challenging times in this journey? Have you ever been overwhelmed with what’s going on? Been in the depths of despair or depression? … Continue Reading How to Have Hope