6/3 Dave’s Testimony: Cancer, Chemo, Clots, Credit, and Chaotic Car Conversations

This week is the 4th course of chemo. There are IV fluids, iron infusions for anemia, and a new side effect... annoying hiccups. Last off-chemo week, Dave didn't feel as well at all. Chemo is cumulative; meaning my husband will probably feel worse, and have to endure more side effects, as he continues treatment for … Continue reading 6/3 Dave’s Testimony: Cancer, Chemo, Clots, Credit, and Chaotic Car Conversations

I Cooked Pierogi in their honor; but Ukranian Refugees are Starving … and Dying.

I didn't want to use these words in my blog, but honestly; I have felt helpless and hopeless over the war in Ukraine. I've tried to tap into my talents and abilities. What can I do? How can I help? I started with prayer, and then I began writing blog posts about the war and … Continue reading I Cooked Pierogi in their honor; but Ukranian Refugees are Starving … and Dying.

How to Give without Guilt, and Fulfill the Mission of Pleasing God

Sometimes we have the opportunity to bless a reader at The Silver Lining, by meeting a specific need. I believe God gives me spiritual words spoken in discernment, wisdom and love; meant to offer you hope, healing, and encouragement in Jesus Christ. I'd also like to be the hands and feet of Jesus whenever, and wherever he … Continue reading How to Give without Guilt, and Fulfill the Mission of Pleasing God