Stu’s World: Post Picks For April 2022

Man oh man! I don't know what it is about April but wow! There are been so many amazing posts chocked full of substance, biblical knowledge, testimonies and sheer love for fellow bloggers and readers! I truly hope you enjoy these as much or better yet more than I! Allow me to jump right in… Continue reading Stu’s World: Post Picks For April 2022

Deeply Saddened

Today I have been looking for older blogs I have not heard from lately since we are slow due to the weather. Yes, I took time off last year and did not engage much. But I found out today that Pat, a dear blogging friend, passed away on the 10th of March last year due… Continue reading Deeply Saddened

Stu’s World: Post Picks For March 2022

It is time to share some more of my favorite posts. I know the title says March but a few of these will be from February Melissa tells us How God Defines Love in this thought provoking truth filled post. I shared it on my Twitter account and am now sharing it with you. If… Continue reading Stu’s World: Post Picks For March 2022

Stu’s World: Post Picks

I have not done one of these in a while now so I figured it was past time to share some of my favorite posts. Many of these have been in my reader saved for future Post Picks but I just never did them. I will try to be better y'all. I just don't know… Continue reading Stu’s World: Post Picks

Rest

Bill was such as inspiration to me over the years. And his daughter Lauren has written a touching post of her father, ALS, and the faith their family has in God. I hope this touches you as it did me…REST

Unshakable Hope

I know we are all wishing right now that this post was coming from Bill Sweeney, but instead, I (Lauren, his eldest daughter) will share a little post in his honor. Last year, we were celebrating one last miraculous Christmas with Bill, enjoying his invaluable presence that was still with us. He told us a few weeks before (struggling to type with his eyes) that he knew his body and lungs were shutting down and that he was ready to “throw in the towel” and say goodbye to his ALS-depreciated body.”The jig is up,” he sarcastically typed to my mom. (He would always somehow find a way to make us laugh despite the heavy circumstances.) The past several years had been a long journey of near-death experiences and fighting to stay alive with the aid of my mother right beside him.

Every day of his 24-year journey of ALS, Bill…

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