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Faith: A Genuine Hero

A Genuine Hero There is an old adage that you should never meet your hero. (continue by clicking below)   READ IT ON PAGE 14 RIGHT HERE:

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Faith: Synchronize with the Season

Synchronize with the season: As spring gives, you can too! Read about the small acts of kindness that cost you nothing but could mean the world to somebody else. (continue by clicking below)   READ IT ON PAGE 14 RIGHT HERE:

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Faith: Janesville Parish Nurse Makes Fighting Human Trafficking Her Mission

When you hear “Human Trafficking” what comes to mind? Lyn Vollbrecht brings you the incredible story of Judi Magnus, the local nurse tackling human trafficking happening on our doorsteps. (continue by clicking below)   READ IT ON PAGE 14 RIGHT HERE:

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Faith: Kindness of Strangers

Truly Heart Warming. By Jenny Blaisdell. “Wednesday night, right there in the hospital waiting room, she realized who they were…”  (continue by clicking below)   READ IT ON PAGE 14 RIGHT HERE:

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Faith: Reclaiming Advent

Weeks before Christmas are a good time to simplify, be quiet. Catherine W. Idzerda provides information and advice for re-centering our lives around the people and things that really matter to us, in the weeks leading up to Christmas.  (continue by clicking below)   READ IT ON PAGE 14 RIGHT HERE:

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Faith: Soul Searching Around the Stateline

Your guide to autumn pilgrimages to Wisconsin’s sacred sites. Lynn Vollbrecht writes that regardless of your faith or belief system, Wisconsin is full of spiritual and sacred sites that could serve as destinations or focal points for a weekend away, either solo or with a spouse or friends.  (continue by clicking below)   READ IT ON PAGE 14 RIGHT HERE:

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Faith: God’s Doorstep

God’s Doorstep. Something as common as simple bruises that kids can get on any day just being normal kids could be indicators of a much more serious problem. The author writes of her own experiences with acute myelogenous leukemia when she was in junior high school and how she never lost faith.  (continue by clicking below)   READ IT ON …

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Faith: Mothers and Sons

As a label, “a child with autism” is as broad as “a child.” Just as “a child” can be applied to children as diverse as a pale and bookish boy to a tree-climbing girl with scabs on her scabs, so too are children with autism diverse. This is why autism is commonly framed as the autism spectrum. The colors of …

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Faith: A Military Mom’s Pilgrimage

As I sit at my kitchen counter collecting my thoughts, I try to focus on positive things to distract myself from worries.  But the heaviness in my chest and the hollowness in my gut overwhelm me.  I want my son home – in Milwaukee with his wife and dog.  This is his last deployment (at least this is what we …

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Friends: MOMS Club

Moms find friendship, support in local chapters of Moms Club Moms Club is an international nonprofit organization. The original Janesville chapter became so large it split into two chapters several years ago. Interstate 90/39 roughly became the dividing line for the east and west chapters. The club is open to all mothers, but stay-at-home moms and those working part time …

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