I’m always looking for cool stuff to share with the Caregiver community, especially caregivers of those with special needs…
A joyful heart is good medicine, But a broken spirit dries up the bones. Proverb 17:22. NASB This week, the shining lights, caregiver small-group, we did a few things: We prayed We lunched We chit-chatted We shared life experiences since the last time we met, and We had our devotion, entitled “Look for laughter!” Oh,Continue reading “Laughter is good medicine”
Need a stress reliever?…Play-doh is not just for kids!
“Dear Lord, Help me accept the opportunities YOU place in front of me. Give me courage to face challenges that stretch my abilities and bring YOUR love into the lives of those around me.” This was the prayer I read this morning in a devotional, Strength & Grace Daily Devotions for Caregivers by Guideposts. AContinue reading “Prayer for Strength”
This ‘Art from the Heart’ goes out to my dear friends. I’m thinking of one in particular, who is pressing through a current situation with an unrelenting confidence in Christ Jesus. May this new season bring much needed blessings to all those who keep their eyes, their focus, their expectation, on Him. And we knowContinue reading “welcome spring”
It is my heartfelt hope that this interview of Dr. Martin Luther King will answer the question for many who wonder why the civil rights fight remains relevant to most Black people. And if after watching the videos posted here, you still don’t understand, I pray you are courageous enough to ask one of yourContinue reading “Thank you, Dr. King”
Build a new 2019.
If you like inspirational quotes, you will likely enjoy scripture verses. Whether you consider yourself a saint or a sinner, well-formed words make us feel empowered and wise. We want to memorize them and share them with friends. And this is the case today. Over the past year, I’ve been puzzled by the number ofContinue reading “Shining Verses”
This new motto of mine keeps playing in my head, “We shine brighter together.” And I believe it is true. What one person can do is great, but what two can do with the same strength becomes even greater. Even if the second person lacks as much strength, it is still better, greater, because ofContinue reading “We Shine Brighter Together!”