From the desk of Pastor Claude Taylor. In this post, let’s talk about being creative
Be creative. While a simpler holiday season might be a pleasant break for some of us, for those of us without children or family nearby, the holidays can be a lonely time, especially under the current restrictions. Be creative! Make and send cards, meals, and cookies to our older members and to those who might be alone. You can find fun and easy ways to reach out if you just think about it for a moment. Why not surprise someone this year with your thoughtfulness? And for those of you facing the thought of spending the holidays alone, you don’t have to wait until someone reaches out to you! Why not call and check on others in your family and church family? Why not do something for someone else? One of the best ways to forget our troubles is to think about the needs of others; your circumstances don’t have to keep you from brightening somebody else’s day. Be creative and find ways to make someone else’s holiday a little brighter.