In this short segment, our Director of Residential Services Michelle Robison talks about Artesia Christian Home and what our continuum of care means as well as her pioneering Theraply program with the senior community.
Check out the most recent edition of the Messenger and take a look at what's going on here at the Artesia Christian Home.
Artesia Christian Home celebrated with it's annual Easter Hat Parade on Thursday, April 13th. We are so blessed to have the talents and creative minds our Activity Directors Mary Jane Neri and Nancy Ploeger have.
The residents showed off their beautifully decorated Easter hats and also enjoyed some delicious snacks. As you can see by their smiles, it was a very joyous afternoon.
We hope you had a beautiful Easter.
Each Wednesday morning residents are gathered at 10 a.m. in our skilled nursing dining room for Wednesday Worship. This morning we had the privilege of listening to the words of Pastor Klarc Korver. Pastor Klarc is a third generation pastor, and is from Emmanuel Reformed Church in Paramount.
During his sermon this morning, Pastor Klarc had us thinking of Easter.
"Easter was planned before the creation of the world!" Think of that! God knew what the relationship with humanity would require of Him at creation.
God's love is for you and for me. God is all powerful & God is all knowing. He will always be eternal.
God is a holy God and he required a holy sacrifice. His love and grace for us makes no sense. He paid for our sins through the cross. That is why Good Friday is Good! It isn't what we do, but what Jesus has done. Before the creation of the world God chose His son for Good Friday and Easter!
We are made in the image of God and we all know, inherently, what is right and what is wrong. We have a choice to choose what's best for me, myself, and I. Thank you God, for saving us from ourselves and our heart condition.
-from all of us at Artesia Christian Home, Happy Easter.