My name is Jonathan Craft. I have what they call cerebral palsy. Which really means that they don’t know how much of my disease will progress and there really is not that much out there on how to treat an adult with my handicap. So already I have over proceeded my life expectancy. And I have come to realize my days may be numbered. I have tried to make the best of my life. I think I know a lot about everything, but the truth is I just know a little bit about a bunch of stuff which sometimes can be a little dangerous. I have a college degree in organizational leadership and an associates degree in social work. I now have a problem getting a job because my handicap is so involved that I need some adaptations to even apply for a job. And I am having trouble with that, because the stuff( the technology) isn’t where I need it to be so that I could be successful at any job. So I am stuck in the waiting game. So that’s where this is what I consider my job until I can get a job. So any posts that you want me to research that relates to a handicap or to a current event in this world let me know and I will do it but the kicker is not everything is going to pass my approval. So I won’t research everything unless it passes my approval. So if your stuff doesn’t get pass my approval just change it a little bit and then try again. If you want me to research something contact me at and leave any suggestions or comments. Thank you for reading my blog.
This can be a debilitating disease but sometimes you can kind of control it.
It’s sometimes easier for us to understand the Eucharist as “sacred meal” rather than “sacrifice.” Few of us are as familiar as the early Jews with the idea of sacrifice. But Christianity calls us to routinely sacrifice, to take some aspect of creation and return it to God as a sign of our thanksgiving, communion, or atonement. It’s only through this lens of sacrifice that we can begin to understand what Jesus is doing the night before his death. He institutes the Eucharist to become a re-presentation of his great sacrifice on the Cross, his body offered and his blood outpoured, by which we are reconciled with God. That’s what this Feast of Corpus Christi is finally about.
Source: Jesus’ Sacrifice | Word on Fire