May Mental Health Month

Being diagnosed with anything can be hard, but a diagnosis of a mental illness can be particularly hard to deal with. You might wonder why this has happened to you and how a diagnosis will affect your life. But no matter what, it’s important to remember that you are not your diagnosis—you are a person […]


Database Helps Minority Students Find Scholarships

African American student on campus Nationwide — Now, more than ever, a college degree is an essential prerequisite for achieving upward mobility. Unfortunately, for today’s traditionally underserved (and often ignored) minority communities, achieving that goal is becoming even more elusive. With the cost of college rising daily, underserved minority communities are increasingly unable to continue […]



What Is Autism? The following information is not meant to diagnose or treat and should not take the place of personal consultation, as appropriate, with a qualified healthcare professional. What is autism spectrum disorder? Autism, or autism spectrum disorder, refers to a range of conditions characterized by challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviors, speech and […]


The Privilege of Serving A God That Speaks

Reference Scriptuers: Habakkuk 2:18-20; Matthew 4:1-4; Psalms 34:15 Have you ever really considered What an honor and a privilege it is to serve a God that actually talks? A God who hears and patiently listens to every word that we speak. A God who is never too busy…one who is truly concerned about our welfare […]