The start of a new school year can bring on many feelings for students ranging from anxiety to excitement. With Covid-19, students are likely experiencing heightened feelings due to how very different school looks, whether they're going back in person or staying at home. In all cases, students can benefit from our support and understanding as they navigate this new normal.
Published on Aug 12 @ 12:36 PM CDT
As parents, a natural worry is whether or not we are doing what is best for our children. How many times have we agonized over the decisions we are making for our kids? Right now, a huge question facing many families across America, and understandably creating anxiety, is what to do concerning the upcoming school year. Moving forward with helpful tips, tools, and resources can help ease the stress.
Published on Aug 12 @ 9:14 AM CDT
One thing we can be certain of in life is that there will be uncertainty. And, for most of us, with uncertainty comes fear and anxiety. Since living with anxious thoughts is not only exhausting, but it is also not God's desire for us, it is helpful to understood helpful tips and tools for experiencing peace even when our life, and even our world, feels uncertain.
Published on Aug 10 @ 12:24 PM CDT
For most of us, receiving a lump sum of money, such as the COVID-19 stimulus check, can raise a lot questions about the best and most responsible way to allocate the funds. Let’s take a look a six things to do with your stimulus check.
Published on Apr 20 @ 8:47 AM CDT
During this unprecedented time, we understand that you’re inundated with information and guidance regarding everything from the right way to wash your hand to social distancing to how to manage your finances. Understanding that it can be overwhelming, we’re breaking down what you should and shouldn’t be doing with your money in a crisis
Published on Apr 20 @ 8:46 AM CDT