Labor Day for Caregivers

Labor Day for Caregivers

Most of us think about Labor Day as a day for eating hot dogs and hamburgers, getting that last taste of fresh farm stand produce, and signifying the beginning-of-the end of summer. Where I grew up in Maryland, it also represented the last day of childhood freedom...
My Brother, Zach

My Brother, Zach

My Brother, Zach           Hello all, it is Joshua Helms bringing you another article. The wonderful people at Luke 14 Exchange have asked me to write a piece about World Autism Awareness Month, which is very near and dear to me on a personal level. I do not think I...
Portrait of a World Changer

Portrait of a World Changer

Our thanks to Josh Helms, MA a middle school and high school history teacher and blogger for researching and writing this post. We are happy to share it with you as we celebrate President’s Day. You can follow Josh’s writing at...
Thanks Dad for Showing Me How to Live

Thanks Dad for Showing Me How to Live

In honor of Father’s Day,  Jerry and I spent some time reflecting on the impact of our dads. Today I (Joan’s) share about my Father. Jerry will post his on the Luke 14 Exchange Facebook page on Saturday. I am thankful for the forty-one years I had to spend with...