What are the five stages of grief? Presented in the book by Elisabeth Kubler Ross, this list of the five stages of grief has long been accepted as the basis for most grief recovery groups. …
Month: June 2020
The subject of grief most often involves the loss of a significant person in one’s life through death. However, grief may be from divorce or another broken relationship. We suffer grief at the loss of our health or our ability to support ourselves or family. Any great, consuming loss causes a period of grief. And that grief – from whatever the cause – must ultimately be confronted in order to promote healthy healing and a return to vibrant life. We will be dealing with grief caused by the loss of a loved one in this article.
Hope combines with belief to give us a purpose, a joy, a reason. It lives within the soul of man and helps shape who you are. The person without hope is barren indeed. But there is hope for everyone – there is hope for you. Hope is alive – an action verb – even an action noun. There is at least a murmur, a glimmer of hope left in the life of the desolate. It is waiting to bring assurance and deliverance to the soul that feels helpless and hopeless. You have heard it said that where there is hope there is life. Jesus is the Hop of the world. With Him we have the assurance of Eternal Life, Eternal Hope and Eternal Joy. But how do we get to that point? If you would like to find out how to have this relationship with Jesus Christ, I invite you to watch the video below.
The morning headlines scream out the bad news. Violence in the streets, job losses, tornados and flooding, pandemic out of control, explosions, hunger – throughout our world and the world in general. Search a bit deeper and we find stories of neighbors helping neighbors, the insane risk of someone saving the life of another; community efforts to feed the hungry, the stock market surging in spite of unrest. This article is about finding hope and purpose during the Pandemic and hard times in which we are living. If you would like to learn more about how Jesus Christ is our source of hope and purpose and how you can invite Him into your life, we invite you to watch the video below. May the Lord bless you and keep you.