Covenant Spotlight
Monkey see, monkey do
Model sincere apologies By Sally Creed, LPC-S, RPT-S      I’ve heard this simple saying all my life. For those of you who haven’t, it means that whatever we see, we will do. In other words, we mimic things without fully understanding why or what we’re doing. As parents, we...
Acadiana ADOPTION

Acadiana ADOPTION

Youth Jul 1, 2020 0

Jakario    Jakario is very sweet, helpful and quite the chatterbox. He enjoys talking so much that conversations come easily to him. He loves to talk about his hobbies, including bowling, playing video games, eating at McDonald’s and going to Chuckie Cheeses. His newest interest is watching The Food Network,...
Warning signs of dyslexia:
An unvisited conversation    The Reading Center, with locations in Carencro and Lafayette, specializes in reading therapy for individuals with dyslexia, a common condition that affects 1 in 5.    Oftentimes people with dyslexia are viewed as being lazy by parents, guardians, and teachers who do not comprehend how the...
Natural or Adopted Children
When a father cries By Sally Herman I’m going to tell you a story that was told to me by a wise, loving Father. It was told to me a few short weeks ago but sheds a different light on things that I know to be true. There was... Read more
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