Monthly archives: March, 2018

The Saddest Day

Asking people what is the saddest day in their lives opens the door to the sacred. Ask kids, and they will give you the same answer: the saddest day is “Back to school” after a school break. I didn’t know that Back to school is one of the saddest phrases in the English language. According …

Just in Time

Last Tuesday I went to Carden Park Elementary School to spend time with a boy or a girl during lunch. I am still a little nervous since I am still in training. I was so happy to see Susan Gentry there, who came to visit her daughter. Allison spends a day at Carden Park as …

Carden Park Elementary School

Garden Park Elementary School and Francis Street First are partners! Candy and Mark Sheehan and Pastor Lydia visited the school and met with Jennifer 95% of children are from low-income families and need extra tutoring and mentoring. Even joining kids for lunch and becoming her/his “Lunch Buddy” will make a difference. We have a mission field not too …

Lost and Alone

LOST AND ALONE It is said that no one gets out of childhood unscathed.  That may be true, but clearly, some are more scathed than others.  You may be one that is feeling lost and alone; depressed and sad; or maybe unwanted and unloved.  If so, there is one thing you need to know above …

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