More On "Returning to Work?", originally posted by Ruth Burk on 3/5/2018:
"I ask further prayers for son C ... Following a nervous breakdown he has been on disability leave for about 18 months and he is feeling conflicted about returning to work ... he has an appointment with his place of work, and thinks he should go back to the steady income, but has medical advice to stay away from the supervisors he had before ... so there is some reluctance to pursue this. Pray that he will feel God's peace and guidance over his decisions. Thanks."
Update posted on 3/13/2018: Please pray as he does a 'trial run' of 4 hours a day, starting on Thursday, at his place of work. We know God will be with him, but may Chris feel God's help and guidance as he returns to what had become a hostile environment.
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