If you want to know where God resides, embark on a missionary journey to help others. You will find that doing it can enrich your spiritual life and in the process you can make new friendships that can last a lifetime. Participating on a mission trip to help people who might be in pain or might lack the basic human needs, is a humbling experience. It brings the awareness of the greatness of God in your everyday life.
As you minister to those in pain and in need you can be an angel of mercy and God shines through you.
The mission trip journey is not easy, however it is very rewarding. You can see how God moves, and your heart can find joy and peace that no other activity can provide. One thing for certain, you do not even have to say that you are a christian, because your actions show it. It is true that actions speak louder than words!.
If you do not want to go to other lands on a Mission Trip, you can have your own little mission in your own country, or even in your neighborhood. There are plenty of people in need in this recession, God is powerful and is always working, he never sleeps. Dare to be a missionary!
A child’s sweetest memories are created by parents or by someone who takes care of him or her. It does start in the morning when you help that child wake up, your face is the first face he or she sees in the morning; at night the last face he or she sees is the face of the person who provides peace, security, and comfort.
You may want to think back, remember when you were a child; who created those memories for you?
Here are some tips to assist your babies or your children have a more pleasant experience in the morning and at bedtime. You may find that in the long run it saves you much time and energy. Try this on yourself first so you can see that it really works!
When you wake up in the morning(while you are in bed, this only takes about a minute).
Tug from the top of the ears to the earlobes, this must be gently done, much energy will be produced.
Take three deep breaths as you stretch your arms and legs.
With your pointer fingers locate your collarbone, drop straight down about one inch below your collarbone, massage these points applying firm pressure as you breathe slowly and deeply, then tap the same points for about 10 seconds.
At night run your open hands from head to toes five or six times. (For children, this is in addition to reading a bedtime story).
“Military women” are remarkable creatures! They have to be, in order to withstand the difficulties of their academic career training and the anxiety that comes from being away from their loved ones.
I wonder if it was more difficult to be a nurse during World War II than to be a nurse during our present war in IRAQ or Afghanistan. War participants use to be only men for the most part, however today the roles have been extended to the women of great valor. These women have to give so much of themselves such as: put on hold having babies and just having a “normal life”. We owe them much and when they return from their deployment the least we can do is celebrate their return. We are indebted to them for the liberty and peace we enjoy in our country, furthermore our neighbors to the north and the the south almost by default, are able to reap the benefits of their heroism and dedication. As a hospital clinical nurse one can be faced with life and death situations, but I do not think that it will ever match or achieve the degree of service and life experience in the life of Military Nurses. Military Nurse I salute you!object width=”480″ height=”385″>