This past year was one of the most challenging times of my life. After injuring my lower back I missed over 5 ½ months of work. Somehow, God kept giving me strength to get up each day and provided for my every need. As some know, I ultimately loss my job with hospice. For me it was more than a job; it was a passion.
You see, I feel called to come alongside folks in their darkest hours. To help people regardless of their life circumstances find hope. Hospice allows me the opportunity to meet people wherever they are with God’s love, peace, and comfort.
During what felt like an offseason, I often felt out of control. Yet, God proved over and over that He is still in control. What appeared to be an offseason was just a time of personal reflection, refocus, restoration and replacement. It certainly made me grateful for even the little things in life.
I’m excited and thankful to announce that God has placed me back in hospice. I’ll once again be serving Colleton County and its nearby surroundings. Starting this coming week, I’ll be a proud part of Patriot Hospice. We specialize in taking care of Veterans and all those battling a terminal illness. We provide palliative care and full hospice services. We travel to homes, hospitals, and assisted living facilities to come alongside patients and their families. Please contact me for more info and to see how we can serve your loved one @ email@example.com. You can also check out their website www.PatriotCares.com.
Maybe you feel like you’re in an offseason. But God never takes off. He is always at work both in you, for you and around you. His timing is perfect and He knows better than anyone what He has purposed for you. Keep your head up, seek God’s will daily, and expect God to work all things out for your good and His glory!
(Romans 8:28) And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.
(Ecclesiastes 3:1) There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under the heavens.