Several years ago, I watched a group of kindergarten children sing “Silent Night” in an assisted living center. With angelic faces and sparkling eyes, these
By Lindy Grief Davidson University of South Florida In homes across the U.S., families increasingly know someone who has been sick or hospitalized with COVID-19.
By Lisa Keane Special to The Alabama Baptist On Sunday, as we watched church online from our couch, my 8-year-old daughter asked a very important
Recently, I have felt myself comparing our current COVID-19 reality to the half marathon training I used to do. The best word of advice I
We all are experiencing closings, postponements and cancellations due to the current public health crisis caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19). While medical health professionals offer
By Rod Campbell, MAMFT, LPC-S Pathways Professional Counseling In my work with families I routinely come across moms and dads who are exhausted, burning the
In my home, Friday evenings are reserved for family movie night. Sometimes, we rent a movie from Redbox. Other times, we catch a film on