NEW DAY PASTORAL SERVICES is pleased to announce that E-Counseling by Skype is here. Our newest addition to Services Offered rolled out July 2nd. Now, there's a direct number by Skype to give you faster access to quality Pastoral Counseling. Call 815-317-6972 and give it a try.
What this means is that for those outside of our 7 County Mobile Service area in Chicagoland, Pastoral Counseling is available by Skype to anywhere in the U.S. and the world! I give God all the praise for enlarging New Day's territory in this way.
Special thanks to Jose M. Garcia, Founder and CEO of CyberGhost Security, LLC for getting the final phase of my Skype service up and running. Jose has a high level security background and New Day is pleased to recommend CyberGhost Security, LLC, to anyone for whom security breaches, ransomware, viruses & such is a top concern, or you are just looking to improve what you've currently got, call (773)398-3594, email him at , or link directly to his website on our Business Affiliates page. Look for theCyberGhost with the computer monitor face.
Hey everyone!!!! Check out my Blog Page!!!!!! A brand new one from me is published! "Lessons learned from the Sidewalk." Based upon experiences in April from a concussion and broken nose after tripping on a sidewalk. Yes, face plants into concrete will do that. [Personally, I prefer garden plants.] The heroes of the blog are the 3 earth angels God had in place to come to my aid. Browse the others if you are so led, by all means! You'll find interesting topics. Please do leave tasteful, civil discourse type comments (no rude, crude, uncivil ones will be published). On the lower left side, I'm asking for topics you'd like to see in a blog. There's a COMMENT BOX on the lower left side.
Thank you for visiting my site and if you are in need of a Counselor that listens more than speaks. With the compassion, grace, unconditional love and understanding that Jesus Christ was well known for by broken, hurting people? fill out the CONTACT ME form below to schedule an appointment. Blessings to all!, Rev. Carlene