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We are helping children and families meet life’s toughest challenges. If the family is the foundation of our society, then building healthy homes and families should be a top priority for us all. That is the philosophy behind ChristianWorks for Children.

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Our mission is to represent the goodness of God to children
and their families by continuing Jesus Christ’s example of service.

We are helping children and families meet life’s toughest challenges. If the family is the foundation of our society, then building healthy homes and families should be a top priority for us all. That is the philosophy behind ChristianWorks for Children.

With its foundation deeply rooted in Christian principles, the purpose of ChristianWorks for Children is to help children and their families meet and overcome even the most difficult challenges in their lives. We strive to facilitate the building of a healthy, loving family for every child we meet.

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From Our Blogs

Am I Doing it Right? A Discussion on Grief: Part One

By Allison Hurst, MS, NCC, LPC

on November 18, 2022

  Grief. It is an unavoidable human experience. In the wake of the September 11th attacks in 2001, Queen Elizabeth II famously stated that “grief is the price we pay for love.” We grieve many things: the death of a person, the end of a season of life, or a relationship that we yearned for […]

Am I Doing it Right? A Discussion on Grief: Part One

By Allison Hurst, MS, NCC, LPC

in

on November 18, 2022

  Grief. It is an unavoidable human experience. In the wake of the September 11th attacks in 2001, Queen Elizabeth II famously stated that “grief is the price we pay for love.” We grieve many things: the death of a person, the end of a season of life, or a relationship that we yearned for […]
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Why the Changing of the Seasons is Cathartic

By Allison Hurst, MS, NCC, LPC

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on October 28, 2022

One thing that the drudging-on of the pandemic taught me was an appreciation for the changing of the seasons. In the early full-lockdown days I was able to enjoy the full spectrum of Spring erupt outside my guest-bedroom-turned-counseling-office window. I could take breaks to walk around outside between client sessions, and I finally took on […]
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Managing Anticipatory Anxiety about the Holidays

By Allison Hurst, MS, NCC, LPC

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on September 30, 2022

We live in a society in which the holidays seem to begin promptly after Labor Day. They arrive with the entrance of pumpkin spice lattes and then barrel forward until January, often leaving us tired, spent, and a little weary. Though there is a magical sheen overlaying ordinary life during this time, there is also […]
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