Community

Your neighbors, friends, colleagues, fellow churchgoers, and people you do business with make up the rich tapestry of your community. Embrace your community and make sure to do your part to make it stronger.
Choir Brings Caregivers and Dementia Patients Together
Stories of Hope for Caregivers

Choir Brings Caregivers and Dementia Patients Together

Several choirs have opened their doors to people with memory loss—and research shows the benefits abound.

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Chrissy Metz in 'Breakthrough'
Movies and TV

Chrissy Metz’s New Movie Explores the Power of Prayer

The ‘This Is Us’ actress shares how working on Breakthrough, a forthcoming Christian film, deepened her faith.

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4 Tips to Make Long-Distance Caregiving More Effective
Advice for Caregivers

4 Tips to Make Long-Distance Caregiving More Effective

Bridge the gap with these helpful resources to give the very best of yourself to your loved one.

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4 Ways that Storytelling Benefits Older People and Their Caregivers
Aging Parents

4 Ways that Storytelling Benefits Older People and Their Caregivers

Encouraging older relatives to share their life stories benefits everyone

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Technology Helps Caregivers, but It’s No Substitute for Human Interaction
Advice for Caregivers

Technology Helps Caregivers, but It’s No Substitute for Human Interaction

Cell phones, laptops and other devices can be resources for caregivers

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Toby the therapy horse at the campus of the Good Samaritan Society - Windom.
Sponsored Content

Toby the Therapy Horse Helps Seniors Open Up

Visits from this horse bring joy and spark conversations among older people, even those with dementia

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Interview with the Author: Mitch Albom on Spiritual Community
Books

Interview with the Author: Mitch Albom on Spiritual Community

Mitch Albom, author of "Have a Little Faith," explores what it is like to have two spiritual homes: a synagogue in Philadelphia and a church in Detroit.

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Los Angeles Sheriff's Department chaplain Pastor Brian La Spade walks through properties in the Points Dume neighborhood of Malibu, California, where members of his congregation live, on November 10, 2018, after the Woolsey Fire tore through the neighborhood overnight. - Firefighters in California on Saturday battled raging blazes at both ends of the state that have left at least nine people dead and thousands of homes destroyed, but there was little hope of containing the flames anytime soon. More than 250
People Helping People

The California Fires: How to Help

With the California wildfires continuing to wreak havoc throughout the state, here's how to help the victims and the firefighters battling the blaze. 

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Kristallnacht
Inspiring Stories

Reflecting on the 80th Anniversary of Kristallnacht

Broken things take a long time to repair—but together, we can keep working toward wholeness and a better future.

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