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4 Ways to Have a Meaningful Christmas

Posted on October 21, 2019

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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Avoiding Addiction Relapse During the Holidays

Outreach

Posted on December 7, 2016

The holidays can leave many people feeling like the picture to the right – stressed and in need of solace! And nothing can make a person relapse quicker than stress, therefore it’s important to take precautions and create a plan to avoid relapse this Christmas Season, and start the New Year full of faith and hope. […]

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A True, Chilling, LFS Christmas Story

Outreach

Posted on November 20, 2016

This is a true story of one woman’s experience at Lutheran Family Service. It has been our privilege to get to know Diane during the past year and we share her story with you today with identifying details changed and with her permission.   Christmas Eve fell on a Saturday in 1966. Like every other […]

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WARNING: Holiday Stress Approaching!

Posted on November 10, 2016
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WARNING: Holiday Stress Approaching SOON! The stress of gift-giving is coming soon.  Christmas is not about how much money we spend or what we buy for the mailman, the garbage men, the lunch ladies, or every school teacher our children have ever had.  There is a lot of holiday stress associated with gift-giving.  Lutheran Family […]

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Holiday Traditions Pulling You in Every Direction?!

Outreach

Posted on November 9, 2016
by Manda Boothby, LMHC

Have you ever tried to be in two or three places at the same time? I have always found it impossible. Yet every holiday season it feels like we are pulled in different directions by everyone else’s expectations of where we should be, and when we should be there.  Many end up feeling guilty for […]

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