When I heard people talking about Thanksgiving or Christmas, the anxiety would rise, and the dread would increase. I wanted to escape all the happy holiday things.
But, short of escaping (which is fine if you need to), I want to share how to include your loved one into your Thanksgiving. I’m going to share 10 ways, but then we’ll discuss the importance of how these ideas are also used to build your loved one’s legacy.
Bring pen and paper, because I’m talking a little faster than usual and I don’t want you to miss anything that might spark an idea or even a little hope.
WORD of the Week
And the peace of God, which surpasses all comprehension, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. Philippians 4:7
Song of the Week
Even When it Hurts – Hillsong United https://youtu.be/hrSJwO5dJXg
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