Articles from the Newsleter

Tapping into your brain’s own cures

We know God created our bodies as amazingly complex machines capable of handling what we encounter in our daily lives. We also know the best way to keep those machines in good shape is to eat the right things and exercise. But a funny thing happens when we don’t feel...

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The three keys to connecting in marriage

Do you remember a TV show called “The Love Connection”? It was a matchmaking show in which contestants would go on dates to determine whether they were compatible. When you’re dating, it’s not hard to find a connection with someone. Maybe you both love Mexican food,...

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Women: let’s make a pact about friendships

Many people will tell you women are much better at forming and sustaining friendships than men, but I think that’s a myth. Women may place a greater value on friendships, but they have a hard time maintaining the kind that stand the test of time. Let’s be honest....

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Becoming healthy and whole using these three steps

Have you dreamed of becoming healthy and whole? Have you grown weary of the bad habits that keep getting in your way, or are you just trying to forge a new path in life? Whether you’re trying to get in shape, change your attitude, or move forward to overcome...

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5 easy ways to get yourself unstuck

Tired of feeling stuck? Ready to move forward with your life? It’s not as hard as it seems, if you take some baby steps toward breaking free of the things and thoughts that are holding you back. Here are five simple ways you can begin the journey toward becoming the...

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Resources especially for churches

Churches play so many important roles in our communities. While their primary purpose is sharing God’s word and promises with people, they live their commitment through a wide range of activities. Pastors and church leaders are there to help members who wrestle with...

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Community resilience: in the aftermath of COVID

Care to Change is more than just a group of professionals who work to help individuals and families better understand themselves and handle the many challenges life presents. We’re also a group of concerned people working to strengthen mental health and resilience in...

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Leader’s lines: Time to get unstuck and move forward

Every year is unique, but if there were ever a one-of-a-kind year, 2020 would win the prize hands down. I can’t think of a year I’ve been so eager to end and forget, and yet I’m sure I’ll never be able to put it out of my memory. Now that 2020 is behind us, what do we...

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Resources for readers

VISIT OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL We’ve posted a variety of helpful resources on YouTube, addressing many of the issues people wonder about. And we’re adding more videos all the time! To see what’s available, click here. COMING NOV. 2: THE CARE TO CHANGE PODCAST Looking for...

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7 tips for handling stress

The National Institutes of Health report that 1 in 5 people have been diagnosed with at least one of the 157 mental illnesses outlined in the DSM, and only half receive treatment. What conditions are not included in this? Stress. Divorce. Parenting issues. And COVID....

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