Trust and Obey

If this week has seemed to be out of the pages of some apocalyptic novel then you are not alone. The Psalmist David when he was surrounded by dangers that made him feel as if the mountains were about to be thrown down into the sea he said; God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble….

Jesus is Still Enough

While Paul and Silas sang praises the prisoners were listening; God sent an earthquake and the warden got saved! Now that’s what I call a full night and it all began at its darkest hour. No matter what any of us are facing Jesus is still enough and when we list up our praises He…

Let’s Have Communion!

What I miss most during this social distancing era has been the inability to either serve or receive communion. So if we who are able to get out feel frustrated and wish we could be with our church again; imagine how those in Long Term Care must feel. So after two week’s of prayer God…

Mother’s Day Hymns

This will be a Mother’s Day unlike any other at Nursing Homes around the nation. No special family visits, no taking mom out to eat or even bringing her flowers. In our community we will be able to do a drive by parade (Thank God the weather is nice). We will have signs to wave…

Our Hope of Heaven

As we are ploughing through this sixth week of Corona related shutdown here in Florida I thought that today it might be a good idea to focus on joy. God has not called us to worry, to live in depression or in fear. He has given us instead a hope that is not only eternal…