The problem is the virus. The opportunity is how we respond to it in our homes. More specifically, how we choose to capitalize on this opportunity with our children. What are your intentions during this opportunity with your kiddos?
The other day I visited with my friends, Aaron and Jessica. When Aaron came into the room, I immediately noticed the slogan on his t-shirt. It said, “Spray Like You Mean It!” But, from my angle, I thought it said, “Pray Like You Mean It!” That got me thinking about prayer. I feel blessed to be able to … Continue reading (S)pray Like You Mean It!
On Saturday, May 16th, volunteers distributed 4,100 bags of potatoes and onions to the community. The response was one of gratitude. Eric Sauer, of Chelan Fresh, witnessed the carefully orchestrated give away. The export sales manager contacted Monique Lott, Communications Director for the Wenatchee Stake, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, with an amazing … Continue reading PRODUCE DONATION ALLOWS VALLEY TO PARTAKE OF BOUNTY THROUGH JUNE
Needs and challenges will arise for us each day. When we remember Jesus Christ and turn to Him regularly, we can better face the trials as they come. We can remember to look to the source of our deliverance, and recognize the manna that daily showers down from heaven.
Lately, we’ve heard the word ‘essential’ used quite a bit. By definition, the word essential means something that is absolutely necessary or indispensable. People have jobs that are essential, or nonessential. Businesses and services are either essential or nonessential. Travel can be essential or nonessential. A desire to see a medical professional can be deemed … Continue reading Just What is Essential?
The apostle Paul gave beautiful counsel to the Ephesians, "And be ye kind one to another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God for Christ’s sake hath forgiven you." Recently my cousin, Mark, got me thinking more about forgiveness. Am I really as forgiving as I think I am? Do I hold on to past hurt? Mark shared, I … Continue reading “Okay, Then. Let’s Eat!”
The current COVID-19 pandemic has shaken the world in ways that could not be anticipated. While there is much devastation, illness, and death, unexpected positive outcomes are developing. There is movement to return to what matters most. In quarantine, the pace of life has slowed. Families are spending quality time with one another - going … Continue reading How Can WE Rise Up?