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Bullying—What Parents, Teachers, Adult Volunteers and Children Need to Know, Part One

Let’s define bullying. It is deliberate, recurring, and intentional activity by the bully that is intended to create fear and dominance over the person being bullied. There is an imbalance of power. It can be verbal, physical or emotional. It is unprovoked… and the bully is stronger than the victim or perceived to be stronger (Smith & Thompson, 1991).  Read More

  • Children and Alcohol Don’t Mix

    A young child consuming alcohol, even relatively small amounts, can be more harmful than you think. Keep this in mind for upcoming Christmas and Epiphany parties, and other celebratory events!

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  • Advent: A Season of Little Gestures

    We find ourselves at the door of another season of Advent. Reflecting on the season's scripture readings, we find that the recipe for holiness calls for simplicity. It also calls for a large helping of kindness and charity toward others.

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Did you ever accidentally consume alcohol as a small child?

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