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Helping Kids Overcome Anxiety

Helping Kids Overcome Anxiety Helping Kids Overcome Anxiety By Lydia Kaiser Today I’ll be talking about helping kids combat anxiety. In October of 2019, the Centers for Disease Control put out a report that the suicide rate among 10-14 year old children had nearly tripled in the last decade while... Read More

Influencing Your Child’s Public School

Influencing Your Child’s Public School Influencing Your Child’s Public School By Lydia Kaiser Are you concerned that your child’s faith and values will be negatively impacted in a public school? You are not alone. However, I’d encourage you to not look at your child’s school as a battlefield.... Read More

School Kids and Religious Liberty

School Kids and Religious Liberty School Kids and Religious Liberty What does it mean to have freedom of religion? Does it mean your children are free to practice religion at home and church but not in public? Must they stay quiet about God in the classroom and online school platforms, and only talk... Read More

Grandparents’ Day

Grandparents’ Day Grandparents’ Day by Debra Hane  My kids always loved going to visit their grandparents. They knew they’d get their favorite sugary cereal, play lots of games, and be doted on by loving grandparents. And they learned from their grandparents too! Recently, as we... Read More

Labor Day

Labor Day Labor Day by Deb Hane  In 1894, the United States adopted the first Monday in September as a legal holiday known as Labor Day. As a child, Labor Day was the last day off before going back to school. We’d gather together for a big family picnic. I didn’t really... Read More