• As Christians, we are called to play a part in choosing our elected leaders. The United Church of Christ says:

    The problems in our world often seem too big to confront. We see injustice every day and feel that change can’t or won’t happen. But our faith is infused with hope and built on a foundation of action. By serving the vulnerable, feeding the hungry, and standing in solidarity with the oppressed, we serve as God’s hands.

  • Lately, I have been trying to find a hobby that might improve my attitude during this pandemic time.  This has led to gardening and requires some clarification.  My gardening involves one  small, potted lemon tree (you don’t want to overdo it).  My goals being:


  • Our worst enemy in life is “fear”. It paralyzes our emotions and inhibits our actions. It causes us to focus only on ourselves, and our safety. Everyone faces this emotion, as it is always present inside us, waiting to grab our spirits and lead down the path of “woe is me”. At times, it even feels as though we are drowning as bad news incessantly bombards us. And all we want is a for someone, anyone, to through us a life preserver.