Christmas 2020 does not look like our normal celebration. Because of the rise in Covid-19, people are distancing from family and friends to fight this virus. It is an unprecedented time, and people are struggling with depression, anxiety, financial hardships, mental and physical trials. Many would say it is a time of darkness. For the … Continue reading He is Light
But faithful people continue to act. You are making good things happen in your life and the lives of others. You are facilitating miracles--maybe not the ones you think SHOULD be happening, but as long as you are moving forward, you can rest assured that God has not abandoned you.
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I love the legend of how we got the poinsettia in the first place. The flower originally came from Mexico, where it was called "Flor de Noche Buena", or "Flower of the Holy Night". According to the legend, the flower first appeared in a little village long ago, in Mexico, where everyone was getting ready for Christmas.
Jeffrey Holland said it best, “Whatever your struggle, —mental or emotional or physical or otherwise—do not vote against the preciousness of life by ending it!
Some days, as I drop my "tween" daughter off to school, she expresses distress and doesn't want to go. On one particular day she was dreading getting out of the car, I encouraged her to think of a part of her day that she could look forward to. I explained she could be optimistic about … Continue reading We Can Be Hopeful