Tag: coronavirus

A Word on Wednesday: Jeopardy

The Lord is our shelter in the storm. In the book of Luke (8:22-25), we learn of Jesus getting in a boat with his disciples. “So they set out … And a windstorm came down on the lake, and they were filling with water… Continue Reading “A Word on Wednesday: Jeopardy”

A Word on Wednesday: Appropriate

Appropriate, having the right thing for the right occasion. A week ago, the Wisconsin Supreme Court overruled Gov. Tony Evers’ Safer at Home order, essentially leaving the state a free for all. There is no government policy guiding how to reopen with suitable precautions… Continue Reading “A Word on Wednesday: Appropriate”

A Word on Wednesday: Essential

Essential: adjective, absolutely necessary; indispensable. I live in Wisconsin. Schools are closed, non essential businesses are closed. I am grateful for the Stay at Home order from Governor Tony Evers. For me, there is still the day job. I feel like I won a… Continue Reading “A Word on Wednesday: Essential”