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In a whirlwind of events, families are finding themselves quarantined at home with their children for an unknown period of time due to the threat of COVID-19 (coronavirus). READ MORE!
“There’s the anxiety of caregiving for their loved one. But there’s also their own anxiety around falling into the high-risk category for catching COVID-19 themselves.” READ MORE!
High school students, especially seniors, are likely going to experience similar feelings of loss as they miss out on prom, graduation, year-end parties, award ceremonies, senior plays, spring sports competitions and state meets. READ MORE!
How do we grow in faith while “sheltered in place”? The Holy Spirit gives us two simple things to consider through Paul’s letter to the Philippians. “Let each of you look not only to his own interests, but also to the interests of others” (2:4). READ MORE!
Are you one of the many mothers or fathers looking for ways to fill your child’s extra time at home with positive, Godly activities each day? READ MORE!
Addressing the physical and social challenges that the COVID- 19 virus has placed upon families is important and so is keeping faith alive and strong. READ MORE!
With people finding themselves isolated at home and uncertain about the future, stress can increase, and thoughts of suicide may make their way into your days. READ MORE.
Social distancing doesn’t have to mean isolation or loneliness. We need to keep older adults safe, but also keep in mind that social isolation can have a negative impact on older people’s immunity and mental health. READ MORE.
These days, we may need to speak it to someone on the verge of panic because of the COVID-19 pandemic. We may need to speak it to ourselves because of growing concerns about our health and the health and safety of our loved ones. Or, perhaps the sudden ill health of our financial condition. READ MORE.
Even though this virus has slowed efforts to legalize doctor assisted suicide and euthanasia, we need to be vigilant in speaking up and defending all life from fertilization to natural death, and in all stages, ages and conditions. READ MORE.
Lots of people are stuck at home these days due to COVID-19, and if you have a toddler, like me, you might be going a little bit crazy. The parks are closed. The zoo is closed. The children’s museum is closed. What are you to do with a rambunctious, stir-crazy toddler? READ MORE.
Since we have dealt with this for some time, we also have some helpful approaches for those living through the COVID-19 pandemic. READ MORE for Six Ways to Cope Using a Military Approach.
What we are facing in these days of COVID-19 pandemic requires the same vigilance when it comes to our relationships with other people. Social distancing may make it more difficult, but at the same time, more demanding that we are aware of other people in our lives and how the stress of the situation is affecting them. READ MORE.
As spouses of an essential worker, we may still worry, and that is okay. Keep praying. Keep helping. Keep reading your Bibles. This is just a point in time, and it will pass. READ MORE.
One thing is needful. One thing is essential. Listening to the words of Jesus. Lutheran Family Service offers His words in the words we share, words of a living Savior, words of His peace and His presences and His promises. No matter what the circumstances, Jesus gives the essential message, the “good portion, which will not be taken away from [us].” READ MORE.
Visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website HERE.