Author Archives: Sarah Bush

Christmas Blessings to You

Merry Christmas and much love from the Bush family! “In Christ all the fullness of the Deity lives in bodily form and in Christ you have been brought to fullness” (Col. 2:9-10). May your hearts be filled with an abundance of His love, joy, peace as you celebrate the miracle of the Son of God coming to earth as a babe!   

Reflecting on the Arrival and Departure of Florence

Last Thursday, September 11th, I clipped on my chaplain name tag and drove up to Raleigh to visit a company in the Bank of America building. I always enjoy visiting, and also appreciate the beautiful view of Raleigh through the floor-to-ceiling windows from the 9th floor.   After making my rounds, catching up with my friends, and discussing Florence’s …

Trouble Multi-Tasking?

Do you have trouble multi-tasking? Research suggests very few of us are good at juggling two tasks at once. The word multi-tasking was honed in 1965 when IBM created the computer. But women have been doing it for years, cooking dinner while we chat on the phone and solve the world’s problems. Or while we’re read a book to our preschool children, …

Life Lessons from a Medic in WWII

Happy Fourth of July! In celebrating and remembering the sacrifice of our military for our country’s freedom, there is an inspiring movie, based on a true story of an Army medic during WWII that has encouraged me to persevere when life seems overwhelming. I usually don’t watch too many violent war movies, but this one was inspiring. I hope …

Memorial Day – Why Poppies?

I hope you are enjoying the long holiday weekend! As we celebrate Memorial Day, we reflect on those who sacrificed for our country’s freedom. Did you know the origin of Memorial Day is uncertain? In early rural America, grave sites were often visited and honored with flowers by families in the summer, including an occasion for family reunions …

What Did Jesus Pray for YOU?

What hope we have understanding that the words Jesus said before His crucifixion, death, and resurrection happened… just as He said. “Destroy this temple and I will raise it again in three days” (John 2:19). Jesus was referring to His body being torn, abused, and resurrected. It happened just as He said.  After His death …
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