Feel Good Friday #89
For 89 uninterrupted weeks, every Friday, Doubting Believer as brought you things to read, watch or listen to that are bound to make you feel good–because we all could use little good news.
In this week of unprecedented cancellations and closures, Good News has been hard to find. Many thanks to some of our Doubting Believers who shared some Good News from their own necks of the woods.
Doubting Believer Abby Cain shared this video of her adorable little girl who is awaiting a new heart. Enjoy her repertoire of funny faces and sounds and keep her and her family in your prayers.
Like so many of us, Doubting Believer Bob Spencer is taking a beating on investments, but he’s staying calm by working on new art based on the tango. The art is still in progress, but he shares this example of the iconic dance for your feel good viewing.
Under the category of life goes on:
- A church in Little Rock is inviting family of cast only to its annual youth musical, but will be broadcasting via FB live so that others can enjoy.
- Doubting Believer Sue Edrozo reports her church is finding creative ways to continue to reach the children in their community.
- Doubting Believer Jayne Lando shares that some mission trips are still moving forward, using best practices, to learn about communities in need and to help neighbors during this time.
- Doubting Believer Linda Hanson dropped off three large bags of yarn to a local retirement center where members knit and crochet for cancer patients–because in the midst of this viral virus, people are still living with cancer and other health issues.
In a great example of how we are called to live in this current reality, a cancelled sporting event in Ohio is sending thousands of meals to first responders and clean-up workers in Nashville.
Stay calm, get some rest, check on friends via phone or online and spend some time with God. Make renewal a priority so that you are able to be the person God calls you to be. Take care of yourself. The world needs you.
Rev. Anne Russ is an ordained pastor in the Presbyterian Church (USA), currently based in New York City. Doubting Believer is an online, inclusive and progressive Christian community. Follow us on Facebook and get emails to keep up with all that is happening.