Monthly Archives: March 2015

Are Churches Failing the Widow?

As death is inevitable for each one of us, many of us will be the one left behind to walk this lonely road, alone.  Yet, the impact of grief and widowhood is not something for which one can prepare, even … Continue reading

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Looking for a job (or a job promotion)?

We have all heard that it is not what you know, but who you know. That means that your connections are important to your success. Many companies identify potential job candidates through referrals from their employees. How do you get … Continue reading

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Starving Widows in Oklahoma!

HOW  COULD  OLDER PEOPLE, IN OKLAHOMA, BE STARVING WHEN THEY GET A SOCIAL SECURITY CHECK EVERY SINGLE MONTH? Nearly four million seniors are now malnourished in the United States. Oklahoma ranks as one of the ten states, in the nation, … Continue reading

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