Fear vs. Friendship: Choosing Good Amid Coronavirus Chaos

By: Sandy Churchill   Schools are closed. Recitals, games, rehearsals canceled… Eat-in restaurants are now closed and a federal state-of-emergency launched… Coronavirus seems to be taking our former lives hostage and ushering in a “new normal” with the steady blips and beeps of e-mail updates, texts, and news counts of the latest number infected, tested, … More Fear vs. Friendship: Choosing Good Amid Coronavirus Chaos

Kindness Month Could Inspire Us All

By: Sandy Churchill Recently, I happened upon a jauntily-crayoned rainbow sign that simply said, “Kindness.” It was masking-taped in an elementary school hallway in honor of “Kindness Month, ” as part of the year-long Character Counts initiative. The simplicity and bold yellow-orange-and-green stripes of the sign made me smile. Kindness. The image in the third … More Kindness Month Could Inspire Us All