Weekly bulletin article by Mike Johnson

“Everyone dreams to be loved unconditionally and to have someone by their side but for me I feel I don’t deserve any of this. I don’t feel I’m worthy to be loved. All my life everyone who I’ve cared have shown I’m so easily to be thrown aside like a rag doll. From family members and intimate relationships they’ve shown me that I’m not worthy to be loved and to be treated so horribly. I lived my life believing just that and now this wonderful man comes into my life and has shown me another side of life…I don’t know how to love myself to be able to allow another person to love me…”

Weekly bulletin article by Mike Johnson

When I get in our Trailblazer to drive after Rebecca has driven, it does not fit. I have to readjust the seat for it to fit. I pulled out a pair of pants hanging in the far corner of my closet. I was wondering why they were not with the others. When I tried them on, I found the answer. They did not fit! Major adjustments would have to be made.

Weekly bulletin article by Mike Johnson

The title of this article is a very popular phrase. It is probably safe to say that everyone reading this has heard and/or said it. Even Google verifies the popularity of the phrase. I simply entered the phrase to search it yielding 1.5 billion hits!

Weekly bulletin article by Mike Johnson

Americans are big into hero worship. Some of the more well-known “heroes” of our day include: LeBron James, Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber, Johnny Depp, and even President Obama. Lesser known “heroes” include military veterans, parents, and people in the service-oriented fields like: firemen, medical professionals, policemen, teachers, etc.