hope, blog
Sep 18, 2020

Today's post is by a familiar face at our Center, Sales Manager Rainey Taylor. She offers a wonderful analogy that can be applied as we continue to face this time of uncertainty. Let's set aside a quiet moment to read her thoughts. Palms Up Way of Life by Rainey Taylor “The final forming of a person’s character lies in their hands.” – Anne Frank “So I will bless You as long as I live; I will lift up my hands ... Continue reading...

patience, pray for patience
Jul 11, 2020

Have you lost patience with the pandemic? Fatigued with the restrictions our daily life carries right now? Everyone is craving some sense of normalcy after months of living in a world with conditions like no other. Take a few quiet moments today. Write down your worries. Write down the things that make you feel frustrated and impatient. Then, breathe and pray with us. Let go and let God give you strength. Prayers for Patience: Give Me ... Continue reading...

Reflections from the Bible
May 18, 2020

Rainey Taylor, the Sales Manager at our Center, brings today's reflection to us. It is based on many great lessons from Scripture. Let's take a moment to read Rainey's insights that have given her peace and comfort throughout her life. Remember Who God is….. As a young child I distinctly remember being aware of the presence of God. I’m not sure I knew exactly what that meant; but I do know that He was mine. He was ... Continue reading...

Apr 20, 2020

Fr. Michael Schleupner offers today's reflection, based on the book of Job. We look forward to welcoming Fr. Michael back to the Center for our August 16-22 Directed Retreat. If you’d like to learn more about it and more about Fr. Michael, please click here. Coronavirus Lessons from the Book of Job The Book of Job in the Old Testament is a classic story about the problem of human suffering. A good man, Job, loses virtually everything: ... Continue reading...

Apr 17, 2020

Today's reflection comes from our Marketing Manager/Sales Associate, Tessa Newton. Our frequent guests are likely already familiar with Tessa and her contagious smile. She continues to work through the pandemic, now safely at home, but looks forward to when we can all be back at the Center again. Holding Onto Hope I have always been a silver-lining person. I look for, find, and focus on any sliver of positivity I can find in an otherwise crummy circumstance. ... Continue reading...