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Longings and Losses: Working with Grieving Families – Part 1

Understanding grief is essential to ministering to a grieving family.

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In Need of a Do-over!

Have you had the kind of day where you just wanted to stop and have a do-over? I have certainly experienced a few of those during this pandemic.

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Listening Well in a Crisis

How can we listen better when people are distressed? That is a big question for which we need answers as people deal with the myriad issues related to social isolation, illness, mental health, and the financial pressures caused by the current COVID-19 situation.

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Abuse During Lockdown, and How to Help

For some people, the biggest challenge is being trapped in their own home, 24 hours a day, with an abusive relative.

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Your Marriage Can Survive COVID-19, here is how

COVID-19 has dramatically and drastically changed life in our homes. Many of us are feeling anxious, uncertain, and stressed while trying to adjust to a new and hopefully temporary normal.

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Helping Families Cope During COVID-19

Your children need a safe place to talk and an opportunity to express their feelings, and it is up to you to provide this space.

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Family Activities

Keeping a schedule has also helped us, so we designate times in our day where we come together, such as mealtime, family worship and walking breaks.

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Ministering to Children in Times of Coronavirus

This week, as I read news articles and had conversations about the challenges families are facing during the COVID-19 crisis, a concern that many shared is how to survive social distancing/self-isolation with young children.

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Sanity for the Sandwich Generation During COVID-19

Today, I am claiming the promise found in Philippians 4:13 (NKJV) “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” I don’t know about you, but for me, being confined in our house with two college students, and my 90-year-old mother has been a challenge.

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