rich, weep and wail…You have lived on
earth in luxury and pleasure…” (James
5:1-5) Most of us do not think of ourselves
as really wealthy. There’s always somebody
richer. It usually depends on who we compare
ourselves to. This week notice who is poorer
than you. Do something about it.
Monday, Sept. 27 is "Eat
Dinner Together Day.” Maybe you usually
do this anyway. Good. If not, take heed. The
Natl. Center on
Addiction and Substance Abuse says that one
habit of healthy families is that they “eat
dinner together most every night.”
As the pandemic
continues, how can we help families (especially
those with young children) stay holy and
safe. Since we believe that God is everywhere,
and "Church" is more than a building,
check out this additional resource, Church
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Inspire your Children
Deepen your Faith
Simplify Your Life
Do you want
– To lead a life of integrity and meaning? To deepen your marriage? To become a wiser parent? To strengthen the marriages and families in your
church or community?
But life can be complicated
and murky at times, can’t it? There can be bumps along
the way – some major, some minor.
you’re tired – Of never having enough time? Of arguing with family members? Of not knowing where you’re going?
you may wonder – If you're marrying the right person? If your children are headed down the wrong path? If you're searching for meaning in the right places?
Learn how to negotiate
those bumps and deepen the most important relationships
in your life.
I don't promise a
quick fix, but I can give you a place to start, a path,
a coach. I would like to help you increase your communication
skills, deepen your values and spirituality, and achieve
a more satisfying lifestyle. My goal is to help you become
the best person, spouse, or parent you can be, because
–Your Family Is Your Job!