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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.

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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Do you know what your children and teens are learning about suicide from media and entertainment?

By Jennie Risley

on September 9, 2022

Do you know what your children and teens are learning about suicide from media and entertainment? It may be more impactful than you realize. Please be aware that the following information discusses topics of suicide and self-harm. If you or anyone you know is struggling and may need help, call the suicide and crisis hotline […]

Do you know what your children and teens are learning about suicide from media and entertainment?

By Jennie Risley

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on September 9, 2022

Do you know what your children and teens are learning about suicide from media and entertainment? It may be more impactful than you realize. Please be aware that the following information discusses topics of suicide and self-harm. If you or anyone you know is struggling and may need help, call the suicide and crisis hotline […]
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Encouraging Self-Care for Teachers May be More Condescending than it is Helpful

By Allison Hurst, MS, NCC, LPC

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on August 26, 2022

Encouraging Self-Care for Teachers May be More Condescending than it is Helpful I quite literally grew up in schools. My dad was an educator and the sole breadwinner for our family. My earliest memories of his work include riding in his driver’s education vehicle, visiting him at his baseball practices, and meeting some of his […]
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Surviving the “End-of-Summer Scaries”

By Allison Hurst, MS, NCC, LPC

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on August 12, 2022

The end of July is an all-around emotional battleground. Let’s be honest—no one in the vicinity of school-aged children feels fully back to baseline until almost October. Many parents eagerly await a semblance of routine to re-enter their homes with the start of school. They are in survival mode. Things like popsicles for breakfast and […]
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