It’s Okay to be Afraid

1.1 My Story My eyes locked on to the bloody spot on the lower left front of my wife Benita’s blouse. “What’s going on? What’s with the blood?” I asked pointing to the half-dollar sized strain. My heart was aching. It looked terrible, scary. I knew this couldn’t be good. Miss Benita gazed down toward… Continue reading It’s Okay to be Afraid

It’s Okay to be Afraid 

When You’re a Caregiver, It’s Okay to be Afraid Fear of the unknown and fear of the journey you are beginning is part of the process of learning to care for a person with a chronic or terminal illness. It’s a scary assignment. When you’re a caregiver, it’s okay to be afraid. A Biblical Alternative… Continue reading It’s Okay to be Afraid 

Accepting God’s Love

Part of learning to live with a chronic illness is accepting God’s love. What do you do when the lab results or physician’s diagnosis erase the future you or your loved one had planned? As you or your loved one confronts a chronic illness, you may feel uncertain about tomorrow. Your hopes and dreams at… Continue reading Accepting God’s Love

God’s Love

What do you do when the future you had planned is suddenly erased? A person confronting a chronic illness may feel uncertain about the future. Their hopes and dreams may be placed on hold or have to be altered. They may feel hopeless and helpless. When they feel uncertain about the future, lead them to… Continue reading God’s Love