There is so much negative in the world today it can be easy to miss the good, the positive, the smile from the grocery clerk, cooling rain on a hot summer day, a beautiful sunset. Just watch the news and you will get an earful of tragedy, misery and pain. The Apostle Paul saw the good even in a terrible situation. We have traveled to Rome and seen the terrible prisons the early church disciples were confined to. They are basically a stone dungeon with maybe a small hole in the wall or a semblance of light. Yet is was in these conditions that he wrote this passage in Philippians 4:8, “Whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, just, pure, lovely and are of good report, if there be any virtue or praise think on these things.” This inspires me to think about the good and to encourage my clients to do the same. It is an honor for me to walk beside God’s wounded children who are going through trials and tribulations and be a tour guide of God’s goodness along the way.