We’ve decided to quit being a welcoming church. No kidding. We’re giving it up. Like so many congregations, we’ve sunk an amazing amount of time and energy into becoming a welcoming church. We changed worship styles, trained greeters and ushers, wore name tags, brewed coffee, went to workshops on hospitality and put our friendliest people …
How Pawn Shops Work
If you have never dealt with a pawn shop before, you may be unaware of how a pawn shop works. You may even be making incorrect assumptions about pawn shops because the way the media perceives them is often in a dark light. The truth of the matter is that pawn shops are far from the scary. One way to describe a pawn shop is to refer to it as a permanent location for an ongoing garage sale. However, pawn shops are particularly…
What happens to thrift-store donations? A behind-the-scenes look
You’ve finally done it. You’ve gone through your house and purged the belongings you no longer need: baby clothes the kids have long outgrown, the “I love Cancun” T-shirt that’s
How to Start a Residential Program
This workshop will give you an overview of how to start your very own residential program. You will learn about the different types of residential programs, zoning, licensing, permins, documentation needed, funding, and more!
Christ Church Way of the Cross Inc
Welcome to Christ Church The Way of The Cross!What crosses are you dealing with in your life?Jesus is the answer, come worship with us!
Kidney Month: 10 Ways to Keep Your Kidneys Healthy
Concerned about your kidney health? In honor of National Kidney Month, we are sharing 10 tips that'll help you keep your kidneys healthy for the long run.
Top 11 Breast Cancer Awareness Products by Jennifer Cassetta
Guest writer: Jennfer Cassetta, nutritionist, professional trainer and self-defense & female empowerment expert.October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and in support I am highlighting my favorite pink products.
What is Inflammatory Breast Cancer?
Don't know what Inflammatory Breast Cancer is? Don't feel bad, most people are very uneducated about IBC. Our goal is to bring this "orphaned disease" into t...
A Complete Guide to Breast Cancer Screening
A quick guide to breast self-exams, mammograms and other ways to detect breast cancer.
How is inflammatory breast cancer diagnosed?
How is inflammatory breast cancer diagnosed? Our goal is to bring this "orphaned disease" into the limelight and encourage education and funding of research ...
Living Beyond Breast Cancer Translates Metastatic Breast Cancer Guide Into Five Languages
Living Beyond Breast Cancer (LBBC) has translated its Metastatic Breast Cancer Series: Guide for the Newly Diagnosed into the five most-often-spoken languages in the United States after English: Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese, Tagalog, and French. Jointly created by LBBC and the Metastatic Breast Cancer Network, Metastatic Breast Cancer Series: Guide for the Newly Diagnosed explains stage IV breast cancer; describes current and experimental treatment options and their…
What’s the Prognosis for Stage 3 Breast Cancer?
It can be difficult to receive a breast cancer diagnosis. Understanding what stage cancer you have can help you plan next steps and ease uncertainty.
Testicular Cancer Awareness Month
Testicular Cancer Awareness Month was established to promote the importance of learning and recognizing the early signs of this condition.
What is the standard of care for inflammatory breast cancer?
What is the standard of care for inflammatory breast cancer? Don't know what IBC is? Don't feel bad, most people are very uneducated about IBC. Our goal is t...
The Inflammatory Breast Cancer Guide
An introductory educational info graphic about inflammatory breast cancer. Download now!
What is breast cancer?
Through my journey I’ve realized there is so much to learn about breast cancer, from all the different kinds of breast cancer to all the different treatment options. Researching cancer online can lead to misinformation, that’s why it’s so important to learn from reliable sources. Since today is the first day of Breast Cancer Awareness Month I would like to share a video from the National…
Coping with Breast Cancer: A Counselor Shares Helpful Advice and Encouragement
We know we don’t have all the answers. That’s why we reach out to professionals who have more experience and knowledge about various topics. We recently talked about adjusting to life after receiving a breast cancer diagnosis with Stacy Lewis, MSW, ACHP-SW, LMSW. The Women’s Cancers Program Coordinator at CancerCare, she provides counseling to individuals who are coping with breast cancer. She also counsels people... Read More
5 Common Breast Cancer Myths
By Rachel Freedman, MD, MPH 1. I can’t get breast cancer because it doesn’t run in my family. This is a very common myth. Although family history is very important in understanding one’s risk for breast cancer and although having multiple family members with breast cancer may elevate your risk, most breast cancer is not … Continued
What are the Signs and Symptoms of Breast Cancer?
Mammograms are effective methods of screening and diagnosing the disease even before symptoms arise, but it is still important to be aware of the signs and symptoms that may indicate cancer.
Webinar: Managing Breast Cancer Symptoms
Managing Breast Cancer Symptoms: How Palliative Care Helps Register Now Date & Time: Thursday, July 25, 1-2 pm (EDT) Featured Presenter: Beth Popp, MD Webinar Description: A diagnosis of breas…