The phrase below has inspired and prompted me into a deeper relationship with God.
In the silence I have experienced His presence, His peace, and a greater ability to surrender to His plan.
Praising God in all things = joy!
Linda and Vic Morin: The photos below show some of the things we did this year.
Brenda and Russ Simmonds:
The Wisnewskis: These photos illustrate our COVID year. The Left photo shows our "Bubble" of close family who the only ones we were able to interact with & support throughout the pandemic. The Center and Right photos show the mothers we lost one year apart during the month of January. Our grief has been profound.
John Estill: This is my COVID Year Impression. The two portraits are older victims that I knew personally that died from COVID.
Nancy Hagberg: Things that helped me cope with the 2020 isolation:
1. Being able to see/hear the members of Pace class on Zoom. It helped me feel connected to people, if only virtually. We could also grow from our programs.
2. I so enjoyed meeting with the ladies from Pace class on Friday mornings at the church parking lot. Seeing people meant a lot!
Floy Rorie: When the pandemic affected so much of our lives, many people expressed their feelings of loss at not being able to attend our physical church. I found the song "My Church" by accident when preparing the lesson "You Are Loved More Than You Will Ever Know." This fun, yet meaningful, song has sustained me often times over the past year.
Chris Alexander: I enjoyed getting back into watercolors with the spare time provided by the pandemic.
Jim Alexander: The theme of this Yo-Yo Ma video is "CultureConnectsUs". I could not agree more. Music, like love, is universal.
David Johnson: Here are 2 anthems that have brought me peace during COVID: