One Woman’s Journey

Like most women at Michigan Park, Alesha Dominique has a lot on her plate. Managing a husband, three children, and a demanding career is a tough balancing act. She couldn’t imagine adding anything else to her busy schedule. Yet her interest was piqued one Sunday when she heard about the...

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Good Grief: 3 Ways to Beat Holiday Blues After Loss

The pain of losing someone you love can take the joy out of your Thanksgiving, particularly if this is your first or second celebration without them. However, there are a few small things you can do to boost your spirits and those around you at your family’s holiday dinner gathering:...

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How to Avoid Thanksgiving Throwdowns

Thanksgiving is known for turkey, football, and a chance to spend quality time with loved ones. Yet for some, hot heads and relative rivalries can ruin the good vibes at family gatherings. If you dread going to your holiday get-together for fear of getting mixed up in a family fight...

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How to Prevent Thanksgiving Overeating

It’s way too easy to eat more than you planned when you have a table filled with juicy turkey, delicious-looking sides, and mouthwatering desserts. But nobody wants to deal with the food-binge fallout: those extra holiday pounds. To avoid the bulging after effects of overeating, here’s a little food for...

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3 Ways to Give Your Kids a Happy HALOween

Most Christian families don’t celebrate Halloween for obvious reasons. Meanwhile, your kids sit on the sidelines, watching their school friends and neighbors have fun. This year, your kids can enjoy themselves when October 31st rolls around just by your trying a few creative hints: Let them dress up. Costumes can...

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