One can be healed. Yet, this does not mean that the person is whole and fully alive. God creates us spirit, body, mind. I am not an accomplished Greek scholar. The one year of Greek in seminary gave me enough knowledge to be dangerous – in a good way (Thank you George Kalantzis for … More Being Healed!
I want healing to be linear – progressing from one stage to another in a single series of steps – each better than the one before! I want to feel better today and better tomorrow and better the day after that. Healing is not working that way for me. I don’t think it works that way … More Letting Go
We know that we have passed from death to life, because we love each other. (1 John 3:14) Once again, the loving prayers of the people of Northlawn UM Church are overwhelming, in a positive way. Paula took me out for a ride after she returned from worship on Sunday. We returned home to discover … More Life Giving!
I’m home in the early stages of the healing process after 2 back surgeries. I am overflowing with Thankfulness for those praying for me, especially those of the Northlawn United Methodist Church. I am experiencing the result of those prayers in continued healing, an overwhelming peace and joy, and a tangible presence of God’s presence. … More No B-L-T
Life is often full of strange curves. Thankful for God’s presence in and wth me. Thankful for Northlawn congregation prayer windmills
It is with mixed feelings that I prepare(read wait) for my back surgery (lumbar laminectomy) on Thursday. On one hand I am having trouble waiting for the surgery as my leg and back pain continues to increase – “can I move the surgery to today?”. On the other hand I am well aware of … More Ready or Not – Getting the Healing Done!