We are all caregivers in some way, we care for our families, loved ones and friends. For some the idea of being a caregiver means something different. Tending to an aged parent who can no longer take care of themselves, caring for a child with special needs or a family member with terminal illness. For these caregivers, it is a 24/7 365 duty that they perform, for them their tireless may go unnoticed, for some their commitment to caring maybe overshadowed by those who they care for. And they never look for recognition or affirmation that they are doing what needs to be done. But when the care is no longer needed, when the flowers and cards no longer arrive, when the words of encouragement stop, they are left with a void that is difficult to fill.
To all those who work to caring for their families we understand and recognize that your job is not an easy task. For those who being a caregiver means much more we recognize your efforts, commitment and strength you need to show while you care for those who cannot care for themselves. Let us take just a moment to think about these caregivers who are not part of the medical community, let us take a moment to thank them for all they do, for those whom they love.
Pastor’s Alex and Lisa
Pastor Lisa Chachula