Weekly bulletin article by Mike Johnson

Cancer is a scary disease. We have friends and family who are dealing with this difficult lot. Cancer eats away at the body. In effect, cancer is the body destroying itself as cancer cells are unable to regulate their growth. They grow out of control and take over, destroying surrounding cells. Some progress has been made over the years toward effective treatment, but it is still a primary killer.

Weekly bulletin article by Mike Johnson

A childhood memory is still quite fresh in my mind. It was a night when I was afraid in my bed. I really thought I saw something in my room. I called for my dad. He came toward my room, but I tried to stop him because what I saw was standing in my doorway! He, however, walked right through my ghost and showed me that there really was nothing there.

Weekly bulletin article by Mike Johnson

Most of us have felt the weight of responsibility from an early age. Mine started early on when my dad began leaving summer work lists before he went to work. My brothers and I were expected to get the list and complete the assignments before the day was finished.

Weekly bulletin article by Mike Johnson

Doubt is a weight that holds you back from making progress. Doubt flies in at the worst possible time. It might come to the basketball player who is standing at the free throw line in the final seconds of a game. He has made thousands of these shots in the past. Now though, needing this shot to tie, doubt raises its ugly head. Will it win?