I am so grateful to be a part of an organization that acknowledges the worth and well-being of caregivers. It’s one of the toughest jobs any person will ever have the honor of doing.
Last fall, my small group of primary caregivers—Shining Lights—adopted a local nursing home as a service project. Each year, the Pastor asks all group leaders to consider providing an act of kindness to the community. Many groups choose to partner with the church’s SERVE projects to clean up around an elementary school or at one of our local partners’ outreach locations.
I know life can be difficult, but we still must decide to succeed.
Bear with me. I know you are too old for Easter baskets and bonnets, but hear me out. As I have been writing more and more about showing your love to people in stressful times, I have noticed a theme: whenever I feel my heart is heavy, I seek ways to celebrate and comfort someone else.
We had a blast being able to be a blessing to our most vulnerable neighbors. ❤️🎄💚
We all need a fresh start and a clean slate. @www.ReallyLeah.com
On this Veterans’ Day, I pledge to be a good soldier. Not in the armed forces, which I celebrate today, and each time I remember the sacrifices made by my grandfather and all the brave men and women who have served and still serve our country. To all of them, I say, “Thank you!” However, […]
There is a saying— We can discover many things about ourselves when we take our time. Rushing to get to the finish line only means we are running to start a new race. Which makes us tired just thinking about it. Right? Scripture says — Let’s do something small each day (unpack a box, take […]
A NEW semester begins on 9/13 but we’ve never missed a week this year so feel free to join NOW! Sign up at MBCOcala/next-steps/small-groups With admiration and respect for the work you do for your loved one, this group is for you according to 1 Peter 5:7. #careforthecaregiver #shininglights #mbcocala #smallgroup
THE FUNNIES… This is a spoonful of sugar for whatever ails you. LOL!