Caring for Those in Quarantine

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By Karen Lovejoy Karen is the Coordinator of Care Ministries at King of Kings Church. Her passion is caring for people and bringing people comfort, hope, and truth through prayer and God’s Word. Karen shares ways she is connecting with her folks in Arkansas during COVID-19 in hopes that they will help you connect with your… Read more »

From Dishonor to EQ

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A Pandemic Through the Lens of The Parables: Part Three Written by Dr. Brenda Neyens In part one of this series, we discovered how compassionate actions may overcome certain fears. If you missed part one, you can find it at thecoreomaha.com titled From Fear to Healthy Concern.  In part two of this series, From Fear to… Read more »

Choose Your Words Carefully

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Written by Tami Boesiger My husband was hovering. I think he sensed my sour mood and wasn’t sure what to do about it. So he hovered and asked a lot of annoying questions and I wanted to scream, “I don’t know. Figure it out. Why is that my job too?! Stop breathing down my neck!”… Read more »

It’s Personal: Anxiety

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Brenda Neyen’s, one of our counselors at The CORE and an expert in the area of anxiety, has written a blog. To view Brenda’s Blog on the King of Kings Church website: Click here

Take a Break, Rest Your Soul By Laura Kauffman

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As with a lot of shocking things, it started on Facebook. Only this time, instead of Uncle Fred’s political tirades or Aunt Jean’s cat photos, the surprising post came at the hands of researchers at Columbia Business School.*  They had noticed an interesting shift happening here in America: historically, if you wanted to “keep up… Read more »