The Joy of Baking – By Dr. Lorna Bradley

When they had heard the king, they set out; and there, ahead of them, went the star that they had seen at its rising, until it stopped over the place where the child was. When they saw that the star had stopped, they were overwhelmed with joy. (Matthew 2:9-10 NRS) My holiday memories as a child are filled with family gatherings, lots of food, lots…

Hope and Faith in Recovery – By Madeline Stiers

  People present themselves at coaching and counseling looking for help when there is no hope, their faith has become weak, and the prospect of a bright future is no longer seen. The work done in sessions may not be easy, but one of the hardest steps is seeking out help. The guidance and strength needed to endure the present struggle can be found, but…

Peace! Be Still – By Dr. Lorna Bradley

“My desire to be informed is currently at odds with my desire to stay sane.” This funny quote from David Sipress posted by a friend rings true. The evening news seemingly becomes more distressing day by day. When we already feel pushed to the breaking point by busy schedules and demands of caring for family members with exceptional needs, there is little reserve left to…