Words of Hope During COVID-19
Simon Tam, director of marketing for The Upper Room daily devotional guide, discusses how making music and writing keep him grounded. Daily practicing compassion and gratitude helps him to find joy—even in the midst of pain and uncertainty.
We are all invited to become vulnerable, to take off our Superman and Superwoman capes, and to allow God to meet us in our deepest need. The simplest definition of the healing ministry of the Christian gospel is this: Jesus Christ meets us at the point of our deepest need.
—Trevor Hudson and Stephen D. Bryant, Companions in Christ: The Way of Transforming Discipleship (Upper Room Books, 2006)
What healing would you experience by allowing God to meet your need? Join the conversation.
My God will meet your every need out of his riches in the glory that is found in Christ Jesus.
—Philippians 4:19 (CEB)
Prayer for the Week
Lord, meet me where I am.
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How do we stay centered in the midst of fears, grief, and stress? Here are some resources to help you keep—or create—spiritual wellness and wholeness in these anxious times.
(Courtesy of Vanderbilt Divinity Library)
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