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  • Offering Hope Meeting Needs

    “Because They Can Help”

    Heather is a single mom with a severely autistic and mentally challenged, precious little boy. She has been doing all that she can to provide for her and her son, including selling clothing at a neighborhood bazaar. Familiar with her situation, a woman at the …

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  • Offering Hope Meeting Needs

    One Sentence Can Make the Difference…

    Earlier this morning, Penny was in tears as she started to put gas in her car. She had just $3 in her purse. She was broken and in tears when someone nearby noticed. This person came over to Penny, handed her a Sheridan House brochure, …

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  • Another Great Story…

    Robert and his wife, Stacy, were extremely concerned about their daughter, Amanda. Her anxious behavior and temper-driven outbursts were having an effect on their family life. She had reached the point where she no longer cared about the consequences of her actions. When they would …

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  • Why Are Today’s Teens So Violent?

    Does it seem like there’s more teen violence today than there used to be?   Every week there is a new story in the headlines that elicits the same response, “We didn’t expect that to happen here,” or “We never thought that child would do that.”   …

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  • Spring Break! Make the best To-Do list for your family

    Spring Break can be a wonderful time to accomplish things as a family, but that doesn’t always have to mean completing all those projects that have gone neglected around the house.  In almost every household, there’s usually one member of the family who is ready …

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  • Family Values 5K – Stepping Out for Children & Families

    On Saturday, February 6, 2010, 230 Family Values supporters took their marks on the Sheridan House Family Ministries campus for the 2nd Annual Family Values 5K. Excited by the challenge to “Step Out For Children & Families,” each participant gladly took on the role of a Family Values fundraiser. With support from sponsoring community churches, businesses, families, and individuals, the Family Values 5K surpassed the original goal of $80,000 and has raised a total of $105,000 and counting.

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  • Valentine’s Day Offers A Great Parent Training Opportunity.

    February is love month…whatever that means.  Valentine’s Day is a holiday celebrated worldwide on February 14th.  It wasn’t until recently that I discovered there are many women who feel pain on Valentine’s Day.  It reminds them that they are alone and makes them feel unloved. …

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  • The Great February Valentine Contest

    Children love point boards and fun contests – especially contests where other people have to go to a centrally located poster board or clipboard and check a document when someone else has done something. So, here’s a Valentine training idea.

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  • January is Parental Half-Time

    As you review the first half – and you must – was there too much in your family schedule or was it just not enough of the best stuff? Chances are, it was a little of both; too busy and not making the best use of this year. This January, take full use of the half-time and finish the year strong.

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  • Trust – A New Year’s Resolution

    Each day our actions affirm or convict our belief systems. It reveals who the central focus of our lives really is – us or God. It reveals who we place our ultimate trust in – ourselves or God.

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