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Everyone likes to be recognized for their contributions. It can be problematic, however, when recognition becomes the center of your motivation. Whether you are leading a particular committee or project or have a more fo ...

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Many people take time once a year to do some deep cleaning on their homes, cars and workspaces. It feels good to have everything organized and in its proper place. You can get the same feeling from sorting out your digit ...

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Many neighborhoods have community Facebook groups to buy, sell or trade unwanted items. The Buy Nothing Project takes this concept a step further, supporting communities that offer everything for free to other locals in ...

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Meeting with your faith community for services may feel like a fresh drink of water every week. Where do you go for camaraderie and encouragement the rest of the week, though? While turning to the divine is helpful, so ...

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Having a new baby on the way is certainly something to celebrate. Friends and family get excited about this new person who will be joining their lives soon, and they want to shower the parents-to-be with gifts. A baby sh ...

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Faith communities often love to gather together to share a meal. While these dinners may occasionally be catered, the most common structure is a potluck. Tables full of 9x13 baking dishes and an abundance of bread, cooki ...

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People of faith have traditionally held very conservative ideas about whether a couple should cohabitate before getting married. In recent years, however, the majority of Americans agree that it is acceptable for a coupl ...

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One thing that many employers learned from navigating the demands of a pandemic is the benefit of letting employees work from home. Many workers show more initiative and less stress, and their productivity actually incre ...

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Global shifts in the workforce are often brought on by major world events. Wars, pandemics and natural disasters disrupt habits and change the needs of companies and families. In turn, these phenomena often alter the way ...

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Many families in your church are likely gearing up to send their children off to college. Whether they're sending their firstborn or the baby of the family, they may benefit from the support of the church to prepare thei ...

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