The Key to Evangelism No One Talks About

"Use your words."

All of us as parents (with children older than 2 or 3) know the phrase well. Small children just learning to talk sometimes get frustrated or excited or whatever and they use grunts, groans, screams, whimpers or hand motions to try to tell us something.

Why I Said Goodbye to My Smart Phone

Why I Said Goodbye to My Smart Phone

Dealing with diabetes

Dealing with diabetes

The Right bed

Choosing the right bed for you

November in the garden

November in the garden.
The extended period of heat and lack of rain has me feeling desperate to help our environment. There is something we can do to help lessen the burden on Mother Nature.

Detect Early Cancer In Males

Early Detection and Treatment is key in beating Male Cancers

How to Fall in Love Again | MarriageToday | Jimmy Evans, Karen Evans


The Key to Your Spouse's Heart


The Warning Signs of Divorce | MarriageToday | Jimmy Evans


The Legend of Three Trees - Animated Christian Movie

In the late 1980s, when I was directing the program development of a group called Family Survivors of Homicide, we discovered that there was a dearth of information regarding crime victimization and especially homicide. The information that we did find was often misleading and minimizing. So we did our own journeying. In hindsight, I find the journey itself to be informative.
After graduation, you might be facing a lot of student debt. There are practical steps you can take to sort out your student debt repayments. Find out what debts you need to prioritise and where to get free help.
I’ve been a therapist for more than 10 years. I worked in social services for the decade before that. I knew grief. I knew how to handle it in myself, and how to attend to it in others. When my partner drowned on a sunny day in 2009, I learned there was a lot more to grief than I’d known.
You make rules, they break them. You ask questions, they ignore you. You say, "Do this," they say, "Make me!"
Here are the top mistakes parents make with their teens and tweens, and how to avoid them.


“You will lose someone you can’t live without,and your heart will be badly broken, and the bad news is that you never completely get over the loss of your beloved. But this is also the good news. They live forever in your broken heart that doesn’t seal back up. And you come through. It’s like having a broken leg that never heals perfectly—that still hurts when the weather gets cold, but you learn to dance with the limp.”
“To be happy with yourself, you’ve got to lose yourself now and then.” ~Bob Genovesi

Dealing with Money Problems

Here are some things we can do in our daily lives to strengthen our emotional health when we’re feeling overwhelmed, stressed or anxious about issues like money.

Dealing with Money

Money is a part of everyday life. Common activities involving money may include purchasing an item while shopping or withdrawing money from an ATM. When individuals with autism are out in the community, they will most likely find themselves using money in some way. It is critical for these individuals to have the skills in place to safely deal with money.