Remembering Our Fathers

Damita Miller-Shanklin Happy Father’s Day to all the great fathers in the world. Fathers are the force behind our mothers. Some fathers do not get the praise they deserve. My father has been gone since 1993 and I miss him very much. So, celebrate Father’s Day by telling your father you love and appreciate him for all he has done for you.  Continue reading Remembering Our Fathers

She Speaks Wellness-Leave Your Waterpot Behind

Minister Sonya Hosey, Contributing Writer  “It must happen to us all … We pack up what we’ve learned so far and leave the familiar behind. No fun, that shearing separation, but somewhere within, we must dimly know that saying goodbye to safety brings the only security we’ll ever know. – Author: Richard Bach Most of us are at a stage of life where small things … Continue reading She Speaks Wellness-Leave Your Waterpot Behind

Viewpoint

Damita Miller-Shanklin From the June Issue 2022 “If the cruelties of slavery could not stop us, the opposition we now face will surely fail. Because the goal of America is freedom, abused and scorned tho’ we may be, our destiny is tied up with America’s destiny.”- Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., civil rights leader June is a month of celebration and remembrance. Our ancestors withstood … Continue reading Viewpoint

Resource for Finding Baby Formula

Provided by City of Austin Communications Additional information is available here.   APH Resources   Mom’s Place Lactation Support Center operates as a clinic and training center where mothers can receive breastfeeding assistance from registered nurses and lactation consultants. Appointments can be made by calling 512-972-6700, and a toll-free breastfeeding hotline can be reached by calling 1-800-514-6667.   Family Connects works to support families after the birth of a newborn. Nurses … Continue reading Resource for Finding Baby Formula

She Speaks Wellness: Mental Health and the Church

From the May Issue May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and this is a clarion call to the church. As the church doors open, they are not well-prepared to address the emotional wounds. People are returning with job loss, grief, fear, depression, and physical conditions not recognizing the seriousness and remaining silent. Do we hear the modern-day voices of Elijah, Job, and Jeremiah who suffered … Continue reading She Speaks Wellness: Mental Health and the Church