6 results for tag: Covid 19

September 2021

CLICK HERE to read now (PDF Format) Articles: Remembering 9-11 in the Wake of 2020 – pg. 1 We Believe – pg. 2 Think on These Things – pg. 5 Forgiveness and Apologies – pg. 7 Quotes & Connections – pg. 8

January 2021

CLICK HERE to read now (PDF Format) Articles: Learning Pandemic Lessons – pg. 1 Here Comes the Dreamer – pg. 2 I Must Confess – pg. 5 My Sister Claretha – pg. 7 Quotes & Connections – pg. 8

Is the Cure worse than the Disease?

The author Athanasius Yohan I  (K.P. Yohannan) is the Metropolitan of Believers Eastern Church which has 57 dioceses and more than 12,000 congregations throughout the world. More than four decades ago, K.P Yohannan founded GFA World, which has become a significant charity helping those in need across Asia. He has authored more than 250 books, including Revolution in World Missions with more than 4 million copies in print. A few months ago I saw a picture that I can’t get out my head. It was of a little boy, maybe 5 years old, sitting on a sidewalk of a normally busy city utterly grief-stricken hanging onto another little boy, most ...

Coping With Covid-19 By Dr Mike Peterson

Dr. Peterson is back to give us information on the issues, coping skills, and tips to feel better during this period of "social distancing". Michael Peterson is a member of the Board of Directors of Plain Truth Ministries. Read his previous article: Will It Hurt Less If I Can Control It?

Game Over!! by Greg Albrecht

I am a huge sports fan. I follow most of the major sports with my wife Karen, who is as much of and in some cases more of a fan than I. In pre-COVID-19 “normal” times we watched many of our favorite teams and athletes on television and occasionally even attended a game or tournament in person. Like tens of millions of other fans around the world we love to see a contest … a game … a match… in which teams and individuals pit their skills as we admire the way those skills have been honed by many years of dedicated training. Much of the thrill of watching a contest, game, tournament or match is the unpredictable nature of the outcome. ...

Will it Hurt Less if I Can Control it? by Mike Peterson

Security Blanket Over the past 25 years I have taught a graduate course entitled “Human Responses to Stress,” which more aptly should be called, as I tell my students, “Human Responses to Life” because it is life events and circumstances that cause us distress. Of all the many ways we respond to stress two themes emerge as having preeminence: predictability and control. We go to great lengths to control our lives and make them predictable. In fact, an unpredictable life is a life that is very stressful, and potentially harmful. When we drive, we like other driver’s behavior to be predictable—we want them to predictably stay on their ...