Another lockdown?!?

Along with the excitement of the semester wrapping up, has been the oh so frustrating disappointment of our society moving back into lockdown. Classes cancelled, celebrations delayed, friends already missed. I am hearing time and time again from clients and loved ones just how tired they are and how hopeless they are beginning to feel… … Read more

Helping When Hands Feel Tied

News reels of statistics, border closings, infection rates and death tolls. Headlines announce unsteady economies, needs for social distancing and government cover ups. It is an unprecedented time to say the least and it can be easy to fall into the trap of feeling hopeless or wondering what you could possibly do to help. My church has … Read more

Why Fresh Food?

Our bodies are alive and they thrive on food that is alive! Enzymes are involved in every process of the body. Life could not exist without them. Everything from the functioning of our immune system, bloodstream, liver, kidneys, spleen, pancreas, as well as our ability to see, think and breathe are all dependent upon enzymes. … Read more

The Joy Of The Lord

Joy is mentioned in some form over 200 times in the bible. It is an emotion that cannot be forced, fabricated or faked. Joy is not dependent on our circumstances. It endures when we have a clear direction for our life, when we put our security in the Lord, seeking His presence and praising Him. … Read more

The Missing Peace (John 16:33)

” I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world. “ John 16:33 Although we can clearly see from this verse that trouble is inevitable and in that sense really should require no explanation as … Read more

My Favorite Things

With the kids at home sick today we decided to stay in our jammies and watch The Sound Of Music. Truthfully it is one of my husband’s favorite movies that only in time has come to grow on me. I was moved today specifically by the scene in where a loud thunder storm rolls in … Read more