A Place of Refuge

“If I can just get home, everything will be okay!” Wouldn’t it be great if every member of your family knew there was one place where everything will be all right? Your home should—and can be—a place of refuge. A place for healing. A place for renewal.

Look around your house or apartment… inside and out. And while you’re looking, make a list of the things that need to be added, repaired, or set up to create an ambiance of a peaceful haven. And don’t forget your attitude. That’s where we’re sometimes put to the test. What is that one attitude that if it were improved-transformed by God-would enhance the feel of your home?

I encourage you to take a new look at your home and how people interact there. Take whatever steps you need to improve the sometimes calm, sometimes fun, and always supportive atmosphere at home.

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Jesus, I so appreciate having a place my family and I can call home. Bless everyone who walks through my doors. I want my home to echo Your love and care. Amen.

  • Linda Richardson ,

    The one thing I want everyone to feel when they enter our home is to feel loved. People have commented they feel very comfortable in our home. I try hard to show hospitality to all. I have had people fall asleep on the sofa while visiting. I think that is a good thing. They are relaxed. Love it.

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