John Day

John is a very blessed man who lives with his beautiful wife, Karen. He teaches private music lessons and she tutors math. We are both Christians, and want to share our creative gifts to minister to people in the name of Jesus. We have a ministry called Creative Hearts Ministries.

Contact Info

Email: pastorjohnday@gmail.com

Website: http://creativehearts.50megs.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pastorjohn.day

Posts by John Day

What Seniors Need – Seniors Need Each Other

What Seniors Need – Seniors Need Each Other (This piece is about seniors needing each other in peronal, practical, and spiritual ways. Personal reflections are at the end, or clearly marked in the piece.) When people come together to accomplish a task, they get a lot more done. I have seen this recently in Man…

What Seniors Need – Part 2

What do Seniors Need – part 2 (This continues the series of posts about what seniors need. Last week was on physical and practical needs and encouragement. This week we will focus on the ultimate need of seniors – and of all of us – the need for Jesus in our everyday lives and beyond.…

What Do Seniors Need? – Part 1

What do Seniors Need? – part 1 (This will be the first of a series of writings about the needs of senior citizens – needs of body, mind, soul, and so much more. It comes at the front edge of the launch of Pastor John’s Senior Moments, a site I created for senior citizens.) It…

A Week’s Worth of Workout

“A Week’s Worth of Workout” (This week’s writing is inspired by a change of fitness routine which gives the true meaning of “workout”. Personal reflections will be scattered throughout. The piece ends with Rom. 8:28) This past week, my wife and I started a new fitness routine. We had been going to the senior citizen…

Lessons From the Mailbox

Lessons From the Mailbox (This writing is inspired by the true-life experience of trying to install a new cedar mailbox post, and a new mailbox. The process and the frustrations of putting the mailbox kit together led to a few hard life lessons, which are shared in this post. Personal reflectioins are at the end.)…