COVID-19 Update
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Don't back away from the hard discussions about current happenings, make sure you're having them in a way to respectfully share your opinions and gain a better understanding of other's opinions.
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Even in the most stressful of times, Dr. David Fraze reminds us of the importance of counting our blessings.
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Starting and keeping a workout routine not only helps you physically, but also mentally.
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There are times when it is necessary to restore and reclaim balance in your life.
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Although there are restrictions in place for COVID-19, kids can still have an enjoyable summer of activities.
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Although we are still in a time of social distancing, a smile can change the day.
Beth Robinson
Dr. Beth shares information about talking to your kids about how a person’s skin color can be treated differently in some parts of the world.
Dr. Brian Starr
LCU economics professor continues his series of insightful advice for investing.
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Opening up imagination yields to motivated learners.
David Fraze
During times of tension and assumptions, it’s important to take the time to listen to one another and find common ground.
Dr. Kregg Fehr
Dr. Fehr uses his training in the history of science to look at possible ends to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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David shares thoughtful ideas of how you can encourage those graduating during a world pandemic.
David Fraze
David encourages us to give one another grace as we are each navigating a path in the COVID-19 pandemic.
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In times of distribution, there are things that can stay in your control to help give a sense of normalcy and calm.
Carlos Perez
Carlos shares advice on balancing work and family in times of change and disruption, and how being flexible and adaptable leads to healthy relationships.
Matt Bumstead
Matt offers an uplifting message about faith in leadership and business during troubled times and beyond.
Mark Wilkinson
Mark Wilkinson provides a video while serving on the ground in Boston to help with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ashley Cherry
Ashley shares practical ways for students of all ages to rediscover the joy of problem solving in everyday routine activities. 
Hilary Barnes
Be careful about the fun questionnaires you participate in on social media. Your answers can be used to gain access to your accounts.
Dr. David Fraze
Dr. Fraze shares practical advice for coping with the significant changes caused by the Coronavirus or some other external factor. 
Dr. Brian Starr
LCU’s investment professor shares practical advice for your investments when the market is volatile. 
Dr. Karl Mahan
Advice on navigating your professional and personal digital life. 
Nathan Dahlstrom
Join in for story time as author Nathan Dahlstrom (pen name of S.J. Dahlstrom) reads from one of his books in a series about the adventures of a young boy, Wilder Good. 
Jana Anderson
Jana offers great advice and resources to keep you and your family reading.
Tami Hodnett
Never tried yoga? Join Tami as she breaks down and demonstrates basic yoga moves then leads you through a full power yoga class.
Dr. Cathy Box
Advice for high school teachers in encouraging students and providing them with critical feedback as we teach and learn from a distance. 
Dr. Beth Robinson
Dr. Beth talks about family traditions giving a sense of belonging and how it nurtures the family connection.
Monica Williams
Having a hard time knowing how to work out with no access to a gym or equipment? Monica shares helpful tips for weight supplements and a complete workout.
Hilary Barnes
One of the most common ways that hackers break into computers is by guessing passwords. Protect yourself with strong passwords you can easily remember.
Nikki Tekell
Home with middle schoolers? This is a great game for easy and fun math practice using a deck of cards.
Dr. Beth Robinson
Gratitude is the best medicine. It heals your mind, body, and spirit. Listen to Dr. Beth’s story about writing a gratitude letter.
Dr. JoAnn Long
Graduate nursing students and faculty in the LCU Department of Nursing have created a "living document" designed to share evidence and tips on how to "thrive and survive" during the Covid-19 pandemic.