HIV Viral load and Transmission: What Does It Mean By Chris Wade Director of Prevention Services, Central Illinois Friends

When people with HIV take effective treatment, the amount of HIV in their body fluids (blood, semen, vaginal fluid, breast milk, and moisture in the rectum) falls drastically, to the point where it is highly unlikely they would pass HIV on to someone else. The quantity of virus that someone living with HIV has in … Continue reading HIV Viral load and Transmission: What Does It Mean By Chris Wade Director of Prevention Services, Central Illinois Friends

Do You Have A Business Mindset? By Ken Bradley – www.abouthomebiz.com

Growing a home business should not be taken lightly. All aspects of your home business should be considered high priority. Your business is not a hobby. You should be adopting a strong business mindset right from the start. Nothing that's worthwhile is simple. You will at some point face obstacles on your journey and this … Continue reading Do You Have A Business Mindset? By Ken Bradley – www.abouthomebiz.com

GOD BLESSED THE EARTH WITH MOTHERS By Rev. Charity Sephus

Let us give public recognition to and be grateful for mothers. God lent them for a season, when gone there is no other.  Motherhood is a most arduous responsibility. With each test of suffering or sorrow, God gives strength for the hour. Mothers have no choice but to have unrelenting stamina in bringing children into … Continue reading GOD BLESSED THE EARTH WITH MOTHERS By Rev. Charity Sephus

I Know My Baby By Cleo Dailey III (Modernday Lazurus)

1 Kings 3:16-27 “she is the mother thereof…” A Mother’s Love Every year as the weather changes, we find ourselves celebrating one of God’s most precious gifts to the world: Mothers. They are the first doctors, lawyers, mechanics, tailors, chefs, and best friends that we ever know. The process of being a mother is so … Continue reading I Know My Baby By Cleo Dailey III (Modernday Lazurus)

Reflect: Celebrate Successes and Identify Opportunities for Growth By Latasha Schraeder

We’ve come a long way this academic year! Approximately ten percent of the school year remains. I trust this year has been a challenging, yet rewarding experience for you and your children. Take a moment to reflect on all that has been accomplished. Has your child’s reading ability improved? Has he or she mastered new … Continue reading Reflect: Celebrate Successes and Identify Opportunities for Growth By Latasha Schraeder