30 Days of Thankfulness – 11/23/21

Today I’m thankful for to be a Presbyterian. I know a lot of people call us the “frozen chosen”, but I don’t feel like that. I feel connected to people all over the country who are working together to be a Mathew 25 congregation. We are trying to put our energies into to valuing other people by feeding the hungry, comforting the sorrowful, and housing the homeless.

30 Days of Thankfulness – 11/19/21

Today I’m thankful for all the sometimes forgotten heroes who make life worth living – the firefighters, the police, the mail carriers, the trash haulers, the cooks, the doctors and nurses, the farmers, the electricity workers, the plumbers, and all the government people who give their lives in service. We often never see them and we rarely remember them when hot water comes out of the faucet, and the lights turn on when we flip a switch.

30 Days of Thankfulness – 11/3/21

Today I’m thankful for the people working hard to combat climate change. Scientific reports say that the world doesn’t have much more time before the oceans and climate will change irreversibly. I’m also thankful that we’re beginning to look at ways to adapt. It probably won’t affect me too badly, but I worry about the grandchildren. It’s a beautiful world and I’d like to leave it the same way for future generations.