Hope After Death

January 25, 2022
By John O'Brien

With the Corona pandemic, many of us have experienced the deaths of friends and family members. Some of these died from Corona, some from other causes that may have caught […]

Christmas Memories

November 22, 2021
By Phil Wood

Memories of Christmases past are like presents under the tree.  Arriving in all shapes and sizes, some grab our attention and overshadow the thoughts of the season, while others are […]

Exercise and Mental Wellness

August 30, 2021
By Amy Batista

Scripture states, “I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me” (Philippians 4:13). While we can find strength through this verse for any of life’s challenges, I have been […]

Mental Illness vs. Mental Wellness

June 22, 2021
By Chance Gallo

In most of our society, the term “mental illness” is perceived as something to be afraid of or too much to handle. Although, mental illnesses can be scary at times, […]