Tuesday, June 21, 2016

You CAN beat addiction!

 
by Don Ingwerson I continue to be heartened by the inspirational stories of courage, support, and love that unfold in the face of violence – most recently in response to the shootings in Orlando, Florida and previously with the inspiring story of Louis Zamperini in Unbroken, a film about a WWII veteran who survived being […]   Read more...
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Friday, June 17, 2016

Finding healing in church


IMG_TMC_2Can church be relevant today? My colleague Thomas Mitchinson originally ran a post in The Chicago Tribune Community section that describes church as something more than a physical structure. Visiting a forest preserve with my young daughter one afternoon, I jumped off a large tree stump and badly twisted my ankle.  That evening my ankle was swollen […]   Read more...
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Monday, June 6, 2016

Don't wait for a weekend away to reduce stress


Are “Mental Vacations” the Key to Stress-Free Work?by Don Ingwerson It’s summertime and the living is not always so easy. Consequently, many people are looking forward to, or heading out on, a summer vacation. The desire for such a break is to be expected since jobs are the leading cause of stress – according to Dr. Paul J. Rosch, Chairman of the […]   Read more...
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