Coping With Emotional Trauma

Coping With Emotional Trauma How I cope with emotional trauma has not been healthy. I know it has not, but it is what has kept me somewhat sane. If not sane, but kept me from going into a psychiatric hospital regularly. Through my coping with emotional trauma I raised three special needs kids, stayed married…

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…

PTSD is Not Just For Veterans, But Anyone

PTSD is Not Just For Veterans, But Anyone Today I would like to describe what exactly is PTSD. How PTSD is not just for veterans. I will be using an article from the National Institute of Mental Health. Have you ever experience a very extreme scary event in your life? Think of the emotions that…

Living in the Days of Noah

  Written by: Sanda Allyson myrtleministries.com July 30, 2018 When reflecting upon just the past five years, I’m rendered speechless at where our nation is today. There has been such a dramatic change, a fundamental shift away from all things godly and biblical. It becomes increasingly clear that we have entered a new season on…

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…