If You Weren’t Afraid What Would You Do?

Perhaps you’ve noticed the growing trend to choose a word of the year in January. Why choose a word of the year? The traditional litany of New Year’s resolutions can get...

Faith and Losing a Loved One to Suicide

My brother John and I grew up doing nearly everything together. We are only sixteen months apart and we lived in the middle nowhere, so that meant we were each...

Physical Therapy at ‘Power Center’ is Changing and Saving Lives

Seven years ago, Sharron Hoover was stressed, overweight, and taking several medications. Her sister, Florene, had been diagnosed with cancer and was also taking a host of medications. When...

High Desert Mental Health Summit: A Day of Education

With 40 million Americans reporting a mental health condition, most of us know someone who is dealing with mental health in some capacity—whether their own or that of a...

Mental Health Summit Strives to End Stigmas and Offer Hope

When my brother died by suicide five years ago, we were speechless. Despite the ways he struggled personally, we never considered suicide as a possibility for him. In an...

Food Addiction Leads to Weight Gain and Poor Health

Over half of Americans live with a chronic illness, primarily due to the food addiction and an overconsumption of sugar and refined carbohydrates.

#Self-care God’s Way

For some, the word self-care conjures up images of spa days and shopping trips. For others, it looks more like prioritizing mental health over unhealthy relationships. What may seem like...

How to Make Protective Face Masks

Homeschooling mom and former Superintendent of Christian Education, Kim Brackett, started making protective masks after learning that a shortage of masks was putting healthcare workers at risk for...

Pornography Epidemic: Psst! It’s Not Just Men Who Use It

It’s no secret that the digital age has made pornography more accessible and pervasive than ever. Just a click or tap away, technology has ushered porn into the mainstream culture where it has become increasingly accepted.
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Hope and Resources for Suicide Awareness Month

Some hear the word suicide and immediately become uncomfortable. After all, “It’s a personal matter, and those don’t need to be discussed publicly.” Some may hear the word and not...
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