"Be merciful to me, O LORD, for I am in distress, my eyes grow weak with sorrow, my soul and my body with grief." Psalm 31:9
Grief. It is the one thing in life that will roll over all of us like a tidal wave, leave devastation in its wake and raise the painful memory over and over again. How do people get through it? What do we say to those in grief that doesn’t help? What can we hear that will help us in our struggles? Why does avoiding grief cause illness and trouble? There are so many questions, and the uniqueness of grief will hit us differently with every loss. Why? Many answers and most importantly hope can be found in joining us in GriefShare. Hear from experts and talk with others who are walking the road of grief. Find out more here or email Bob Arii.
Delivering home cooked meals to seniors and those recovering from surgery, childbirth, etc. A practical blessing for the whole family! If you are in need of help or want to help, please e-mail Tamra Kellogg for more ministry information.
Again Jesus said, “Simon son of John, do you truly love me?” He answered, “Yes, Lord, you know that I love you.” Jesus said, “Take care of my sheep.” John 21:16
As we explore ways to love Jesus and engage in our community, He has led us to a local hospital that provides outstanding care to many who cannot entirely care for themselves. This unique county facility makes a difference in lives and the wonderful staff is excited to have us join them adding a touch of freshness we can provide. Be it in occasional tasks, like decorating the facility for Christmas, or joining them in the National Day of Prayer, to continual tasks like reading with residents, sharing music and creative crafting, or just being there with some who can use some extra love, our desire is to be involved with Edgemoor hospital for the long haul as volunteers.