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National Volunteer Week

This week is National Volunteer Week. This is an opportunity to celebrate the impact of volunteer service and the power of volunteers to tackle society’s greatest challenges, to build stronger communities and be a force that transforms the world. In honor of this week, we would like to share with you our Volunteer Coach Spotlight for the month of April: Bradley Groff makes a difference at the Y! He is ... Read More »

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A Belief That is Real

I read of a humorous encounter between the famous preacher, Jonathan Whitfield, and a few coal miners in England. During his visit with the miners, Whitfield asked one man, "What do you believe?" "Well, I believe the same as the church." "And what does the church believe?" "Well, they believe the same as me." Seeing he was getting nowhere, Whitfield said, "And what is it that you both believe?" "Well, I suppose the ... Read More »

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InBody

Nine times out of ten, when I receive a personal training intake form, or an online request for a personal trainer, the client is interested in weight loss. They express weight loss as a goal they have. While knowing body weight is an important factor in health, it doesn’t tell the whole story. I understand its allure - its ease and accessibility. Anyone can step on a scale and have immediate feedback, reinforcing ... Read More »

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Deeply Moved

The miracle of Jesus raising Lazarus from the dead shows us more about who Jesus is than it does Lazarus. Sometimes it’s the story behind the story that we can easily miss if was focus solely on the subject. Yes, the miracle of Lazarus being brought back to life was simply amazing, and supernatural. And Mary and Martha’s concern for their brother and their frustration with Jesus’ timing was understandable. ... Read More »

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4 Healthy Reasons to Take Vacations

4 Healthy Reasons To Take Vacations By Jody Pickruhn, LCSW Are vacations necessary? A suggestion? An impediment to getting your job done? If you view vacations as an option that you can skip, then you’re pretty typical. The average American employee takes only half of her or his eligible vacation time. Of those who do go on vacation, more than half – 60 percent – spend some time on the job while ... Read More »

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