A message from our Founder, Winter 2020
On March 18, 2020, as we became more and more aware of the impact the pandemic was having, I shared a thought from my daily devotional, written two years before. The message was, “Patience is accepting a difficult situation without giving God a deadline for removing it.”
Fast forward nearly 9 months, with vaccines coming, and as I write this, the thought for today (again, written over two years ago) is, “What you hope for, shapes what you live for.”
My hope for all of us is to remember that we are one day farther away from March 18, and one day closer to a solution!
A message from our Founder, Summer 2020
What can be said, that hasn’t already been said, about our current situation? There’s so much that we know, and, it seems, so much more than we don’t.
As the pandemic was getting a strong hold, on March 18, my daily devotional (written years ago) noted that, “Patience is enduring a difficult situation without giving God a timeline for removing it.”
While many have suffered, and more will endure hardships, may we all be granted that level of patience. And, as we seek it, help us remember that with each passing day, “We are one day closer to solutions.”
We hope you and yours are staying healthy and safe!