Month: September 2020
All of us are surrounded by digital devices, and many of us spend a good portion of our day using the internet on our smartphones, tablets, and PCs. Yet our digital wellbeing isn’t something we often think about. Digital technology can impact our health and relationships and shape the society we live in. Digital mindfulness
A new text messaging scam involving mailed packages that allow fraudsters to gain access to personal information has been making the rounds across the country, federal officials warn. The Federal Trade Commission is among the agencies that have issued an alert after consumers made numerous complaints after receiving a text message saying that a package
Where were you on this day?
Language is inadequate to reach a wounded soul, as only the touch of a loving God can heal an injury to the spirit.
With the world hitting me over the head at every turn, I’m trying my best to remain faithful. How about you, how do you handle the cares of this world?
Trump was supposed to go to an event at the cemetery during the trip, but rain and fog were blamed for him not being able to helicopter to the site. The White House then determined he could not motorcade to the location — 50 miles outside of Paris — because it would be too hard
Ever feel like hurting yourself? Drugs Alcohol Self-Mutilation Overspending Isolation Casual Sex Eating too much or too little Allowing toxic people in your life Risky situations Watching things that make you feel worse Avoidance Here are some steps to deliverance 1. Honesty Be honest with yourself and with God if you expect to receive God’s
Hopefully, summer won’t end the way it began. Memorial Day celebrations helped set off a wave of coronavirus infections across much of the South and West. Gatherings around the Fourth of July seemed to keep those hot spots aflame. And now Labor Day arrives as those regions are cooling off from COVID-19. Dr. Anthony Fauci,
Who’s calling now? That number doesn’t ring a bell. Hold the phone, says the Federal Trade Commission. You could be a potential victim of the growing “one-ring” cell phone scam. Here’s how it works: Scammers are using auto-dialers to call cell phone numbers across the country. Scammers let the phone ring once — just enough