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Your Voice is needed Now more than Ever!

Our legislators (senators and representatives) are paid to represent the interests of ALL the people that are in their area of service. Even if you didn’t vote for them or they don’t share your same views, they are still responsible for listening to and representing you and your views.

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Should Christians get involved in political issues?

God’s inspired Word compels us to open our mouths and be a voice for the destitute and vulnerable. He calls us to affirm the value of every human life.

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4 Ways to Have a Meaningful Christmas

If you are raising children or have influence in the lives of your grandchildren, consider making this the year to be intentional about focusing your celebration on Christ at Christmas.

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Meet Jennifer!

As a Master’s-level prepared therapist, Jennifer specializes in helping those with anxiety, depression, trauma, PTSD, stress, chronic mental illness, and marriage challenges.

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Do I have to find Adoptive Parents for my Baby?

Many expecting mothers who want to place their baby for adoption think that they are responsible for finding willing, adoptive parents. However, this is not the case.

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Can You Help Young Women Choose Life?

Download, print and hang up as many of these pregnancy-help posters as you are able in public places, like gas stations or malls, and women’s restrooms anywhere that you are able to get permission to do so.

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4 Things to Say or Do when a Loved One is Dying

It is never easy to say a final goodbye to a loved one. Of course, we want to tell them that we love them but often we are at a loss of what else to say.

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Meet Lynnette

Lynnette Aschinger, LISW, has dedicated over 31 years to serving others. She specializes in helping children, families, those with trauma histories, and couples.

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Comforting Those Who Grieve

Long expected or sudden, the death of a loved one begins a season of grief for survivors. You want to help, but don’t know what to say or do.

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5 Ways to Stay Connected to your Kids when they Leave the Nest

Showing them that you are there is always worth the effort, and when they need you, they will come to you.

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