Staying In

We know many of you are not only practicing social distancing, but you are also staying in as much as possible. With schools closing, churches moving online, stores cutting hours, and restaurants going to pick-up only, it is hard to find ways to connect and feel any sense of normalcy. 

Thankfully, there are many, many organizations that are stepping up to help! Whether it is free online worship services, discounted homeschool services, or ideas for creative community, there are so many new ways to connect with each other in this season of disconnect. Our desire is to help connect you to these resources. 

Use the links below to find some helpful, funny, and uplifting resources for this time of being homebound and limiting physical contact with others. If you have a source you would like to recommend, click the link below to submit it. (Not all resources submitted will be posted here.)

We are also accepting prayer requests. These prayer requests will be submitted to our Prayer Team dedicated to pray for each of you individually. They will also be prayed over at our LIVE event on March 26th (see Upcoming Events above for more information).

We may be separate, but we are BETTER TOGETHER! 

I Corinthians 12:12-27

 

HOME WITH KIDS

Disclaimer: These links will take you to 3rd Party websites. While we have reviewed these links before posting them, we are not responsible for the operation or content of these websites.

Educational Sites Offering Free Subscriptions

Virtual Field Trips

Kids Church Online (LifeMission - Saturdays at 6pm CST)

Knock Knock Jokes

Free 4-week trail of Adventures in Odessey

 

UPLIFTING

Disclaimer: These links will take you to 3rd Party websites. While we have reviewed these links before posting them, we are not responsible for the operation or content of these websites.

Worship Service (LifeMission) (March 17 - 27)
Church Services (Life.Church)

Healing Your Trauma in the Current Crisis (Trauma Healing Center) (March 26th)

 

HOME LIFE

Disclaimer: These resources will take you to 3rd Party organizations and websites. While we have reviewed this information before posting, we are not responsible for the operation or content of these organizations/websites.

Redo Nutrition - Amy Schleper can be your online nutrition consultant (she accepts Cigna insurance)

Harvest Health and Fitness - Emily Denson can be your online personal trainer

United Way Community Economic Relief Fund 866-211-9966

Help with Groceries for elderly in Johnson County Kansas via Life.Church

Peas and Hoppiness - Ann Scheufler has nutrition information and meal prep guides

 

WORKING FROM HOME

Disclaimer: These resources will take you to 3rd Party organizations and websites. While we have reviewed this information before posting, we are not responsible for the operation or content of these organizations/websites.

Strategies for Working From Home

Organizing Your Home Office (HGTV)

 

COUNSELING

Disclaimer: These resources will take you to 3rd Party organizations and websites. While we have reviewed this information before posting, we are not responsible for the operation or content of these organizations/websites.

Major life transitions are a valid reason to see a little counseling. While counseling can't change the situation we are all dealing with right now, there can still be tremendous benefit to talking with someone. Counseling CAN help you:

* think clearer

* address your fears and concerns

* give you a good strategy for moving forward


I personally know each of these counselors. Right now, I am only posting those who are offering online or phone sessions. Even though sessions are online, licensed professional counselors are only allowed to see individuals who live in the state where they are licensed. I have noted the location restrictions where applicable below. 

His Mosaic (Laurie Goddu)

Resolve Counseling (Kyle McClure) for Kansas individuals only

Metis Counseling for Missouri individuals only

 

913-375-8401

1548 E Spruce, Olathe, KS 66061

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