Discipleship - - A Support Group For Christian Caregivers
Discipleship in God's Word to those who are searching for His truth. This group was created to encourage caregiver's of the Christian Faith
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about 1 month ago
Does God even care that I'm a caregiver? Nobody seems to care. Not once has anyone asked how I am. I struggle with my own health issues, but have not been to the doctor in a while. My parents needs come first. I keep looking for the meaning in all of this. Why is He allowing my parents to suffer? I hear my daddy screaming in pain, I just want God to take his pain away. He has another surgery in 2 weeks, it pains me to say he will have to go back to the nursing home or a Rehab hospital. Medicare will only pay up to 21 days. I'm overwhelmed and burnt.
Ken & Cindy Created to Worship said...
6 months ago
We are a man & wife christian Gospel and contemporary music and pastor while singing. We play our instruments, Guitar & Keyboards. We sing and play with the love of the Lord Jesus and love for the people to get peace out of their time with God. We are professionals I am a veteran drafted 1969 retired law enforcement 27.yrs if I was not policing I was playing music. My wife has a degree in music & vocal trained for the opera. But got saved and started singing for the Lord and loves it. She was good enough to sing the National Anthem at the Braves game Atlanta. We are looking to travel and help the elderly people to enjoy the Lord and maybe get something out of the message they don't know. We are members of Solid Rock Church, Columbus Ga. This has been put on our hearts by the Lord. It's time to spread Gods given talent again.
9 months ago
James 1:2-4 (NIV)
"Consider it pure joy, my brothers and sisters, whenever you face trials of many kinds, because you know that the testing of your faith produces perseverance. Let perseverance finish its work so that you may be mature and complete, not lacking anything." Sending hugs
10 months ago
Ava Maria, thinking of you today. Isaiah 61:3 To appoint unto them that mourn in Zion, to give unto them beauty for ashes, the oil of joy for mourning, the garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness; that they might be called trees of righteousness, the planting of the LORD, that he might be glorified.
I was extremely helped and taken out of my misery regarding my husband's recent death by the late mother Angelica's description of heaven. Her shows are on the Catholic TV station EWTN. It was so beautiful that I felt good about my husband being no longer in excruciating pain and suffering and right up in heaven with God. The description on what goes on after death and what it means to be in heaven touched me so deeply that I will be forever grateful that I saw that show.
10 months ago
I would like to just thank my God for keeping me going and safe. I have been so tired and felt so alone, trying to help Mom and keep my job. I know in my heart that it is the right thing to do, sometimes I get down, but he lifts me up and dusts me off. I just really needed to express how much I love our Lord. We cannot do these things on our own. James 4:6 God resists the proud, But gives grace to the humble.
In 1979 I formed a great relationship with God and always felt that God was a loving God and someone to talk to . I have kept my relationship with God to this day. 2 years ago I felt compelled to become Catholic. I really didn't know why exactly but I went through the rcia program and became Catholic. Then my mother died and a few months later my husband got sick and a week ago he died. The Catholic religion has helped me in more ways than I can ever help myself. I did not really understand at first why I became Catholic but I really understand now I feel like I have an army of saints and angels backing me in this time of anguish and I will be forever grateful to God for the push to become Catholic.
Today is Easter Sunday and this is the first Easter Joe is not here. I know Joe is up in heaven with God and his beloved dog Broadway. My excruciating pain is easing up and I am just beginning to accept Joe died.I pray for God to give me strength to get me through this. I really would love to go to Mass today but if I cannot I will watch it on Catholic channel. God bless all of you on this blessed Easter Sunday.
On Thursday my husband died. He got sick one year and three months ago. He died of a rare heart disease called constrictive pericarditis. While he was still alive we were able to tell each other how much we loved each other and I was able to tell him that in heaven there is no more pain and suffering and I will see him again. Today is Saturday and part of me still can not believe Joe got sick and then he died. I pray to God to ease my pain. A part of me also feels at peace. I also worry that I am going to get sick like Joe. Now I am going to start a new life. I will leave the future to God.
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