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Life can be hard to navigate sometimes. You may have a solid plan that gets derailed by an unexpected turn of events. Your children may not be connecting with their teachers or other leaders and start acting out as a res ...
Everyone needs interpersonal support at some point. Some may seem to need more than others, but in order to thrive, all humans require external help to some degree. You may have heard of showing encouragement by learning ...
Faith communities are known for wanting to take care of the needs in their cities. Your church probably has several ongoing projects that minister to the people around you. You may help feed the hungry, clothe the poor, ...
Many religions exhort their followers to care for the people around them. Whether they call them neighbors or the less fortunate or some other variation of the general sentiment, it's expected that people of faith want t ...
When storms and other catastrophes strike somewhere in the world, many people of faith feel powerless as they sit and watch the destruction from afar. Unless you are already a trained volunteer who is ready to be dispatc ...
People of faith often look for ways to be a source of good in the world, and they seek experiences that bring themselves joy. That may even be why you joined your church. While the people with whom you worship probably p ...
Reading to children early in their lives is very important. It's also vital that they learn those skills themselves when it is developmentally appropriate. The early hallmarks of literacy, such as letter and word recogni ...
You probably like to think of your church as a place where people can come to have a safe haven from the world and all its troubles. They can wrestle with their faith, ask difficult questions and find like-minded others ...
School is the place where many children discover new interests and start dreaming about what they want to be when they grow up. They meet new friends and develop social skills beyond what they are able to practice at hom ...
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May is Mental Health Month. You may not be aware of how prevalent issues of depression, anxiety or other types of mental illness are in your faith community. With one out of every five adults and one out of every six you ...
Category: Aid Health and Wellness