Virtual Choir with 500+ Voices Blesses the World For Easter

What began as a message of comfort and hope during the global pandemic has become an unexpected blessing this Easter season with Abilene Christian University’s release of its virtual choir. “What better way to acknowledge the pain and suffering in our world, and the hope and promise of the future, than with this beautiful song … More Virtual Choir with 500+ Voices Blesses the World For Easter

CarePortal to Help Kids and Families Most Affected by COVID-19

In coordination with the United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and child welfare workers across the country, CarePortal, an online platform that connects the needs of children and families in crisis with local churches and community members willing to help, is launching a COVID-19 Disaster Relief platform. Through this new initiative, local … More CarePortal to Help Kids and Families Most Affected by COVID-19

Top 10 Activities to Keep the Kids from Driving You Insane

With the recent and rapid spread of the Coronavirus around the U.S, quarantine is proving to be a very stressful time for parents as they try to juggle working at home and keeping their children occupied and up to date with their schoolwork. It won’t be long for those kiddos start getting stir crazy, but … More Top 10 Activities to Keep the Kids from Driving You Insane

How Life Insurance Companies Are Responding To Covid-19

Life insurance companies are in the business of assessing risk. As such, they are closing monitoring the coronavirus situation so they can take necessary action. In fact, some carriers are already starting to act, and more will likely follow. Here’s what life insurance companies have done and what could be done to combat this unusual … More How Life Insurance Companies Are Responding To Covid-19

Coronavirus: A Challenge and Lesson for Families

As families struggle with the severe lifestyle restrictions brought on by the coronavirus, many parents are seeking guidance and direction for their children. How much should we tell them? How do we allay their fears?  What are some recommended indoor activities for parents and children? South Florida-based family therapists Karen Kaye and Hara Wachholder, a … More Coronavirus: A Challenge and Lesson for Families

Five Signs to Know if Your Tax Preparer is a Fraud

 It is a typical scenario. Your neighbor refers a tax preparer who helped him get a big tax refund. You go to the tax preparer. You tell him you’re not great at keeping records. The tax preparer says not to worry, he’ll estimate. You get a big refund. You’re thrilled. The tax preparer says because … More Five Signs to Know if Your Tax Preparer is a Fraud

9 Tips on How to Speak to Your Kids About Coronavirus

With the coronavirus pandemic in full swing and many states sending kids home, Florida International University mental health counselor, Yasmin Rey offers some tips on how to address COVID-19 with kids. Parents have a lot of questions on how to broach this topic, especially if their kids are anxious from all the news that is … More 9 Tips on How to Speak to Your Kids About Coronavirus