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Healthy Living

Is Breakfast Good or Bad?

Many studies have linked eating breakfast to good health, including better memory and concentration, lower levels of LDL cholesterol, and better weight management. Research has...

author: Megan Moore

Christian Living Community

Katie Norris - Capturing Stories That Defy the Odds

There is power in community, faith, and a story. Stories can inspire and restore hope. There have been times in the last year when it seemed hope was in short supply, but...

author: Bri Jacobs

Christian Living Families

Call the Midwife!

No…this is not a promo for the 2012 BBC Television series about the midwives of 1950s London. Yet I am willing to publicly confess right here, right now, that I actually...

author: Bill Adams

Financial Families

The Pros and Cons of Getting Ahead on Your Mortgage

Some people like the peace of mind that comes with living debt-free. Others don’t mind a little debt hanging over their heads. Regardless of which camp you fall into, it’s wise...

author: Guest Blogger

Healthy Living Medi-Share Reviews

Why Partnering With Our Members Leads to Better Health!

When Medi-Share Members speak, we listen! There are many reasons people are drawn to Medi-Share, such as the comfort of sharing in only those needs that align with our...

author: Megan Moore

Healthcare Sharing Medi-Share Reviews

How Our Members Make All the Difference

Every time a member reaches out to Medi-Share – by phone, email, chat, or social media – an interaction happens. Some kind of service is provided and members walk away with a...

author: Davianne Florea

Financial Families

12 Tips for Buying a Home in a Hot Real Estate Market

Whether you’re searching for your first home, upgrading from a starter house, or downsizing for retirement, you’re preparing to jump into the real estate market. While buying a...

author: Women Who Money

Healthy Living Families Singles

How Exercising in Colder Temps Can Be Good for You

Often times in the winter months, exercise can find itself on the back burner as we hibernate under a heated blanket and sit by a cozy fire.

author: Laurie Brachna MS, ACSM-EP