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The Blind Leading the Blind

Who is struggling with loneliness, but not asking for help? Take some time to think about it. Listen to Mildred. Let her and her Savior lead you to action.

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Circumstantial Joy

Many people seek after the unattainable goal of remaining “happy” throughout their life.

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What Gets in the Way?

What gets in the way of your spiritual growth? Family? Time constraints? Work? Hobbies? We all have things that keep us from spending time with God.

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25 Years with Holly!

by Lutheran Family

Her love of Jesus shows through in all she does, especially in her joyful nature and servant attitude. Join us in celebrating Holly’s 25 years of dedicated service to God through the Lutheran Family Service ministry!

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What happens when social media replaces time spent in social activities with family and friends?

The average American spends 24% of their day cyberloafing. Many of us spend our time engrossed by what appears on a monitor or phone screen, while life and meaningful connections pass us by.

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’13 Reasons Why’ Adults Need to Pay Attention to Season Two of this Teen Show

13 Reasons Why Adults Need to Pay Attention to Season Two of this Teen Show

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A New Season of Life

As I move toward retirement I am struck with the notion of how important it is for us as individuals and couples to plan for this new season of our lives.

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How to Make the Most of Summer Break

by Cassie Beltz

Summer is fast approaching and that means summer break. This is a great time to take it easy and enjoy your children without the pressures that sometimes accompany the school year. However, summer break can also be a difficult time for some children and families.

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When Change Frightens You

May is also a time that reminds us of transitions; transitions in nature as May flowers spring into bloom and in other areas of life too and that can be stressful.

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Managing Life with Chronic Pain

Chronic pain sufferers are often misdiagnosed and misunderstood. They frequently end up feeling invalidated by medical providers and family/friends because chronic pain is not a single symptom or a straightforward experience like acute pain.

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