Invisible Illness Awareness Week

Invisible Illness

Invisible Illness Awareness Week is September 10 – 16, 2012.  It’s time to commiserate with those who have invisible illnesses like fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue symptom, lyme disease, and Dysautonomias such as POTS.  If you have one of these pesky illnesses maybe it’s time to share your story to help educate others. Those of us who have […] Read more »

How Long Did it Take to Make the World

How long did it take to make the world

How long did it take to make the world? There are several theories on how the world was created.  They include Creationism, Evolution, the Big Bang theory, and Intelligent Design. Creationism has been around the longest.  It encompasses the creation story in the Bible.  It this story God created the world in seven days. During […] Read more »

How to Fit Prayer Into Your Life

How to fit prayer into your life

How to fit prayer into your life.  In this hectic, harried world where our time is divided between working too many hours to make ends meet, kid’s activities, clubs, our own recreation, more kids’ activities, and maybe a little down time it might seem impossible to find time for prayer.  Look at your schedule and […] Read more »

Does Meditation Come Easy

Does Meditation Come Easy

Does meditation come easy? No, not for everyone.  If you’re like me your mind is too busy to quiet down long enough to meditate.  Frankly, I find this a pain in the tush. So many times I’ve just wanted to quiet my thoughts and convince myself to let my mind go blank, or convince myself […] Read more »

Reiki and Healing

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Reiki and healing go together. Reiki is a healing practice that has its origins in Japan.  The work Reiki means “spiritually guided life force energy” in Japanese. It is used in the treatment in the reduction of stress and healing of most any ailment and is done with the laying on of hands.  Reiki treats […] Read more »

How Christians Handle Divorce

How Christians Handle Divorce

How Christians handle divorce can be a touchy subject.  I’m approaching this subject today because someone I hold very dear is going through it.  They are both Christians and this can’t be easy for either of them.  In this particular case the desire for the divorce is only one-sided.  Does the fact that only one […] Read more »