Have you ever been in a place where you knew change was coming but you were afraid to acknowledge it? With change comes a level of risk, times of uncertainty and unknowns. How do you cope with change when you know God is leading you? Read more for 5 tips for coping with change with 19 scriptural promises from God to guide you.
Special needs families could use a helping hand from a friend, church parishioner, or even a stranger who can give a tiny boost of hope when they need it most. Special needs families may battle anxiety, loneliness, stress and exhaustion. Jess Ronne of The Lucas Project shares 7 tangible ways you may consider lifting their burden just a bit to provide a tiny boost of hope.
Jess Ronne and I talk about self-care for the caregiver. You may not currently be in a caregiver role but at some point in our lives many of us find ourselves there. My guest is the mother of eight children, one of whom has profound special needs, and she was the caregiver for her husband who suffered for three years with brain cancer. She shares what she has learned regarding self-care for the caregiver.
The frustration of facing an out of control situation and unreliable, undependable people caused me to spend some quiet moments away by myself. God gave me a directive that I wasn’t thrilled with initially. But, as I walked in obedience, I learned God’s cure for a bad attitude. One simple mindset shift is all it took to break the hold the enemy had on me and shift my focus to the Lord.
Trusting God while praying for our unsaved loved ones can be a long process of waiting. My friend, Chaplain Bunny Yekzaman, has walked this road and knows the pain and the joy firsthand. She shares how she prayed in faith for her husband’s salvation for 20 years and the promises from God she stood on.