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Living the Life of Job?

posted by mpratt

Perhaps one of the reasons so many of us with chronic illnes identify with the biblical tale of Job is that we have (or are) lived it (living it). Recent time has certainly been like that for me, not just […]

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Even with Alzheimer’s Disease, the Soul Still Sings

posted by mpratt

When Laura Young, Jewish Chaplain at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, presented her spiritual reflection on Alzheimer’s disease to the other Pastoral Care chaplains at Cedars, she did not know that I had requested an interview only a day […]

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Encouragement for Caregivers of People with Alzheimer’s disease

posted by mpratt

I waited, waited for the Lord; who bent down and heard my cry. Drew me out of the pit of destruction, out of the mud of the swamp, Set my feet upon rock, steadied my steps. And put a new […]

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One Simple Sentence – One Great Act

posted by mpratt

One simple sentence in the Bible has been resonating within my head and heart lately, especially as I speak and correspond with people who are in some way facing scary health situations. Here’s the sentence: Do not stifle the Spirit.  […]

Job’s Friends

posted by mpratt

In my book, “Beyond Pain: Job, Jesus, and Joy,” much of the section on Job involves Job himself – his life, his suffering and, eventually, his finding immense joy. But integral to telling Job’s story is also the subject of […]

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Chronic Pain and Illness: Priorities, Priorities
If you find it difficult to prioritize responsibilities and activities while juggling the effects of life with chronic pain and illness, you're not alone. I do, too, and sometimes I feel akin to a circus act - wondering if I'll drop anything of ...

posted 5:47:51pm May. 06, 2015 | read full post »

A Praying Spirit: Mundane Prayer
Laundry, dishes, fixing a meal, brushing our teeth - these are "usual" parts of our day that we probably don't give ...

posted 5:54:27pm May. 02, 2015 | read full post »

Chronic Illness: Keeping Current
Seems like each day, one or more of my apps or computer programs has to be updated. And, sometimes, a single app or program updates more than once. Of course, most times, it's important to keep these tools updated, but it can become frustrating, ...

posted 5:40:16pm Apr. 30, 2015 | read full post »

TLC Tuesday: It's All Right
Is there a Teddy Bear in your closet? On a shelf in your living room? Or, (horrible thought) in a box in ...

posted 9:31:52pm Apr. 28, 2015 | read full post »

Earth-shaking Faith
When I heard reports of the devastation from the earthquake in Nepal and neighboring countries, I thought of two things: I ...

posted 9:26:59pm Apr. 25, 2015 | read full post »

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