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Reducing Screen Time for Your Family

Parents can make a positive change in their family’s life, especially regarding the use of technology by reducing screen time.

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Help us welcome Tiffany to our team!

Tiffany Bergman has recently joined the Lutheran Family Service ministry team and will be serving as a pregnancy counselor and adoption caseworker out of the Urbandale, IA office.

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A Unique Way to Remember

Think of a person who has made a positive impact on your life. It could be a grandparent, pastor, parent, neighbor, or friend. Maybe he or she walked with you through a difficult season of your life. Perhaps he or she was a steady constant in the midst of change and confusion. Though you may never be able to repay this person for the gratitude you have in your heart, you could extend your thankfulness in a distinct way.

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The Marriage Manual

Have you read up on your marriage manual lately? God knew exactly the circumstances, trials, and joys you would experience as a married couple. The answers you are looking for can be found in the God-breathed pages of His Word.

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Will Iowa Become the New York of the Heartland?

The only way to keep this from happening is a constitutional amendment stating that the Iowa Constitution DOES NOT grant the right to kill unborn babies.

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Four (Plus More) Reasons to Cultivate Patience

How much more inner peace might we all experience if we realize what is within our control and what is not?

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Meet Brittany Skinner!

I chose to work at LFS because I was excited to use my skills to glorify God. I’m passionate about the work done through this ministry to help those in need.

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A Cure for the Back to School Blues

The most important aspects of parenting during the school year include maintaining predictability, healthy routines, adequate sleep, and supportive parenting.

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3 Ways to StepUp and Serve the Elderly

Across the United States, there are hundreds of thousands of invisible elderly living among us. They are lonely, forgotten, and in some type of need.

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3 Ways to Support Your Church Workers

Church workers and their families suffer, just like anyone else, and they are more likely to feel isolated and unable to seek help.

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