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Love Beyond a Job Description

Coffee and Devotions with Pastor April in Fishersville




enjoying a white mocha from Perk’s Place reflecting on the people who go above and beyond the responsibilities on their job descriptions to show care and love to their clients, patients and our community.


For example, I am thankful for my dentist Dr. Rowe who retired last year. He was a Lutheran and enjoyed raising sheep on his property. Each visit he would asked me, “How are those Presbyterians treating you? Know that you can come over to care for the Lutheran flock anytime, but remember we can be honory at times."


I am thankful for our vet Dr. Reeder who spoils our dog Daffy with homemade treats during annual visits. She goes the extra mile researching the best dog food for Daffy and knows when our dog is not herself. Dr. Reeder is very intelligent and cares for her furry clients like they are her own. "


Paul reminds us in Galatians that "whenever we have the opportunity, let us work for the good of all." (Galatians 6:9)

In our jobs and work places, may we strive to show love and care with each phone call, email, and office visit.

My prayer for us this week to treat people like they are the only ones in the room, care for them like family, and shower them with the love of Christ.


Take care and have a blessed week!






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