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Maintaining Mental Health in a Pandemic

Counselors and pastors offer advice for not letting COVID-19 get the best of you.


So Far, Sew Good

District superintendent’s wife organizes effort to craft face masks for health care workers on the front lines.


Youth Alive Brings Hope to Students

Dan Herod, Youth Alive director for Wisconsin/Northern Michigan, is witnessing Youth Alive assemblies impacting and changing the lives of students and teachers in public schools.


Fighting the Human Trafficking Scourge

While estimates vary, between 20 million and 40 million people around the world are now victims of modern-day slavery. January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention month.


Responding to a Childhood Call

After nearly four decades as a pastor, Jerry Newswander believes his baby sister’s death inspired his move to hospice chaplaincy.


More Mountains to Ascend

Pioneer chaplain Priscilla Mondt envisions new vistas, this time in the mental health field.