Sometimes we can get trapped by our troubles, letting them evolve into anxiety and worry that can rule our decisions and the paths we take. Likewise, these troubles can spill into our relationships, how we treat ourselves and others.

Thank you to all the readers of this paper who called or wrote your senator or congressman asking for help for our main street merchants. Many of our locally owned small business owners are struggling to survive because of the initial legally required shutdown. The current spike in coronavir…

One of our team was visiting a client. A lady came up to her and asked, “Who is that David guy that writes every week?” Our team member said, “He is our owner and CEO.”

There’s a time to talk. There’s a time to be quiet. I experienced the latter right before 4th of July weekend when I went to see a specialist for an evaluation. She took one horrified look and told me that I needed to see another specialist for…a biopsy.

Sometimes we can get so fixated on our wants and desires, that we forget how to be flexible, make room for others and rock meekness like a boss.

Whenever our great country seems in a moment of crisis, I like to reread a short speech by Abraham Lincoln. Each crisis feels like our country is struggling once again with equality, or worried about our freedom, or fretting about our nation’s economic future, or all three put together.

Whether we realize it or not, we practice confession on the daily. Good, bad, in between, we build our worlds one word, one belief at a time. It’s heartbreaking to hear confessions like these:

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Raymond “Ray” Ordell Halverson (1934-2020) went home to be with the Lord on Jan. 22, 2020 at the age of 85 after a short but rough battle with cancer. The funeral service will be held at Trinity Evangelical Free Church, 890 Abrams Road, Eustis, Florida at 11 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 28. It will al…