Have you ever been in the midst of a crisis requiring you to make a distress call for someone experiencing great pain, anxiety, sorrow, trouble, cardiac arrest or from experiencing mental or physical suffering and affliction? I have; however, the individual died even though my distress call prompted immediate response from first responders.
In 2016, two sisters in Christ, Priscilla Darling and Cindy Davis, got together to form a sisterhood with the purpose of creating a bond and unifying North Central Florida Sisters in congregations of the Church of Christ. Their mission was to work together in order to be the difference in local communities. After sending out letters describing the purpose of Sisters in Spirit (SIS) four sisters from their local congregations met over breakfast to establish SIS.
Many of us are quarantine during the world’s crisis of COVID-19. Therefore, let us keep one another encouraged and uplifted with kind words. Show compassion, love, and understanding, and remember little tongue to PRAY not PREY!
Most likely, the majority of us have been on a roller coaster. I have; and my first ride was definitely my last due to extremely bad and unexpected side effects. Today, I have honored my vow for approximately 25 years to never ride another roller coaster, or any other rides that lift me off the ground.
This blog was originally published in September 2019; however, with increase accidents and deaths cause by those who text and/or talk while driving, I believe this topic warrants a repost with 2020 statistics and information not previous included.
This is not my normal blogging subject. However, as a versatile blogger, I will occasionally blog on different topics and hope you appreciate efforts in bringing awareness to published authors.