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The word minister means to serve.
That’s the definition…so guess what; you are a minister because you serve in some capacity or another.
Serving brings forth so much freedom when you do it the right way. There is a wrong and a right way to do everything.
As a physician, I see patients suffering from debilitating medical conditions every day. Some patients are able to find relief by taking prescription medications, yet other patients don’t respond well to these drugs and need another option.
This year’s B.B. King Homecoming festival seemed to have everything.
There was a great lineup of established touring musicians that rocked Fletcher Park from 2 p.m. until well after dark.
There was blues, gospel, R&B and rock. Something for everybody.
There is a Bible verse that states: “Be sure your sins will find you out.”
It seems that Theresa May’s sins have finally caught up with her. She is out as the British Prime Minister. Tears filled her eyes as she made the announcement that she was stepping down.
There have been some beautiful days in the past couple weeks allowing for many to be outside in the flower bed or watching kids enjoy summer vacation.
We all know that throughout the summer the mosquitoes become a problem for being outdoors, especially in the late evening.
So what has been biting us in the daytime already?
National PTSD Awareness Day is a day dedicated to creating awareness regarding PTSD. It is acknowledged annually on the 27th of June. The US Senate officially designated this day in 2010. In 2014 the Senate designated the whole month of June as PTSD Awareness Month.
“Vacation Bible School?”
It sounds like an oxymoron to me.
I suppose it has to do with whether one is participating as an attendee or teaching as one of many recruits, all of whom deserve the Purple Heart at the very least.
What is gentleness and what does it mean to you? According to Webster’s New World College Dictionary it means belonging to upper classes or polite society; like or suitable to polite society; refined, courteous, etc. Gentleness is kindness. Mark Twain once said, “Kindness is a language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see.”