Tag Archive: child

Jun 17 2013

Lone Star State: In honor of fathers

On Father’s Day, dads will be celebrated and thanked for the countless sacrifices they make for their children. Some sacrifices are larger than others, but all are a common part of fatherhood. It is because of these sacrifices that a father holds a special place in his child’s heart. The employees of the Attorney General’s …

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Jun 16 2013

What kind of father are you?

The survey asked, “What kind of father are you? The choiceswere: 1. Authoritative; 2. Controlling; 3. Nurturing; 4. Easy going; and 5. A push-over. I pondered the question as it pertains to me, and came up with a choice that was not included in the survey: All of the above. Fatherhood done right is such …

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Mar 20 2012

Financial impact of adoption

It’s hard to think of any act more generous than adopting a child. Many adoptive parents I know tell me it’s the most personally rewarding thing they’ve ever done. But adoption isn’t cheap. Related expenses can quickly mount to tens of thousands of dollars. And sadly, sometimes adoptions do fall through, forcing prospective parents to …

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Feb 21 2012

Free workshop on childhood obesity slated

The Tyler Public Library and St. Paul Children’s Foundation are joining forces to offer a free continuing education workshop for child care workers, teachers and parents. “Early Childhood and Obesity: What can you do?” is set for Saturday, March 3, 10 a.m.–Noon in the Library’s Taylor Auditorium. Valerie Smith, M.D., pediatrician and Jackie Erlandson, R. …

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Feb 07 2012

Bankrolling hope

House of Hope residents are thankful for the generosity of an anonymous donor.

The House of Hope is constructed of just that, along with a strong dash of faith.  The front entrance on Highway 80 in Longview opens the door to a facility whose interior is a literal shrine to the Holy Spirit and His work.  Bibles and crucifixes are in abundance.  On Tuesday afternoons the House’s ladies …

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Jan 05 2012

Make a resolution to pay your child support

By Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott Make 2012 count for you and your children by resolving to pay your child support in full and on time. As parents, our children rely on us to provide basic necessities, as well as love and support. By paying child support, you are providing these things and more for …

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Oct 19 2011

Mentor a child training slated

Partners in Prevention Mentoring Program provides youth, Kindergarten – 12th grade, with a caring, trained, adult friend to serve as a mentor to a young person needing guidance, support and encouragement. It is a simple process to become a mentor. Contact Partners in Prevention to register for training and receive an information packet. You will …

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