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Giving Thanks

Voice and Vision Prayer Team’s Thanksgiving Prayer Psalms 9:1-2 I will give thanks to you, Lord, with all my heart; I will tell of all your wonderful deeds.  I will be glad and rejoice in you; I will sing the praises of your name, O Most High. We are thankful for Your love. Through Your love we are bound by Your Holy Spirit and come together each week to pray to You. Through Your love You give us instruction how to pray to You always with our requests.  Others have seen...

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Exciting News and Two Upcoming Events

We are happy to announce the release of the second book in the Help and Hope Series: Substance Use: The Growing Need to Know. This 300+ page Guide is full of pertinent, easy-to-read information and encouraging personal accounts.  We are printing hard copies, which will be available in December, but the online version is available now! Please click here to see more information and to view or download the book. To kick off the release of the new Help and Hope Guide, we are having a Virtual...

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Freedom, Peace, and Justice Have a Price

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For thousands of years, powerful mottos have motivated and encouraged people to achieve important goals. This is why mottos exist across all aspects of a society: schools, businesses, towns, religious orders, family crests, and community organizations all have mottos.  Psychology Today suggests everyone should adopt a personal motto to remind them about what’s most important in their life. Seize the day. Keep your eyes on the prize. Be prepared.   Among the most meaningful mottos across time...

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Aunt Bo Braves the Lock-down

You may remember hearing about my Aunt Bo. I’ve written about her before because she is one of my favorite people, and she lived right next door to us for 8 years before she moved to assisted living. I was used to seeing her every day, so I really missed her when she moved. I began visiting her every week or two. The last time I visited, in late February, I took her Valentine decorations down, and replaced them with shamrocks and leprechauns. A few days later her daughter, Trish, called to...

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The Bubble Man

Sometimes I miss seeing sky. Living in the city has benefits (if it didn’t, who would live here, right?) but seeing sky is not one of them. From my South Philly rowhome I can only see the sky if I stand right next to a window and look straight up. And that can make me feel a little hemmed-in, a little claustrophobic. That’s how I was feeling last week, and Bill was too. We realized we hadn’t spent a night outside the city in over a year, so we decided to take a little weekend road...

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