February Book of the Month: “Hanging Captain Gordan”.

Every Black History Month is an opportunity to learn an important lesson that everyone (not just Black/African Americans) can take and apply to how they view people of a different ethnicity than themselves. The 500 plus years of the challenges people of African descent endured from the Transatlantic slave trade on to BLM has affected …

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Bringing Gratitude to the Workplace

What are the benefits of gratitude? One recent study by USC shows that the benefits of gratitude include, "better sleep, more exercise, reduced symptoms of physical pain, lower levels of inflammation, lower blood pressure, and a host of other things we associate with better health." When gratitude is a big part of the workplace culture, …

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Workplace Chaplains and COVID-19

Workplace chaplains are not a new idea. During the Industrial Revolution, pastors would preach from the factory floors. In the nineteenth-century Catholic teachings declared it was the duty of the Church to minister to the working poor and during the Great Depression, chaplains were hired to visit the workers on the Hoover Dam. In recent …

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Brighten the Light in Your Homes Through Prayer.

  As busy as my day gets, I'm amazed I find time to contemplate and pray. Sophia has also found precious time to strengthen our relationship with God (Mighty and Majestic). For her, the mornings, before the children are awake work best. It's one of the many subtle blessings we've come to enjoy despite everything …

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