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A caregiver has been defined as a person who has accepted responsibility for looking after a vulnerable neighbor or relative, or an adult who cares for an infant or child. The definition suggests that the nature of caregiving is to give—maybe more than they seem to receive. We have learned that every healthy human relationship should be in balance of giving and receiving. I asked friends to describe their experiences with caregiving—what have they given and what have they received.
During His time with the disciples, Jesus had told them many times about the coming events of Easter. He told them about His death, and also how He would rise on the third day. The disciples believed in Jesus, but after seeing the events of Good Friday, they were very fearful. They did not fully understand when Jesus explained about His kingdom. Along with many other people of their time, they had been thinking about an earthly kingdom. They hoped that Jesus would be the one to redeem the earthly kingdom of Israel.
Approximately 100 members of various Minnesota congregations gathered at the Laestadian Lutheran Church in Menahga on February 15th for a one-day Bible course. Numerous others participated through the Internet heard about Jesus’ parables and use of imagery in teaching.