Seacoast Stories: care ministry

Does Prayer Matter?

#care ministry #find god #prayer
When we’re going through something hard, it can feel like we’re alone. But that’s not true—and that feeling we have is not from God. God [...]

Eyes to See

#africa #battles to breakthrough #care ministry #Discover Your Purpose #missions #togo
by Christie Michaud TOGO, West Africa – The heat was intense. In a foreign land, I sat under the few trees I could find for [...]

Healing The Family Tree

#Baptism #care ministry #Celebrate Recovery #Discover Your Purpose #Local Missions #Make a Difference #North Charleston Campus #North Charleston Dream Center
Nikie knows the destructive pattern that generational drug and alcohol addiction can have on families. She saw the same addictions and habits pass from her [...]

How To Celebrate The Holidays With Your Kids After Divorce

#care ministry #Christmas #DivorceCare #Grow Your Faith #Sarah Wolf
When I was eleven, I knew it was the last Christmas that I’d spend with my parents in the same house together. As a child, [...]

Memorial Day: A Time To Reflect On Sacrifice

#Agent Orange #Blaze Gillespie #care ministry #Columbia Campus #Counseling #Grief #Marney McNall #Memorial Day #Military #PTSD #Sacrifice #Veteran #Vietnam
Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one’s life for one’s friends. John 15:13 On Memorial Day, we honor and mourn those [...]

When a Loved One Commits Suicide

#care ministry #Debby DeRosa #Grief #Healing #I'm Fine (Not Really) #Make a Difference #Mental Health #Pastoral Counsel #prayer #suicide
On November 15, 1998, my dad called to tell me that John, my younger brother, who was 18, had committed suicide. He had shot himself [...]