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  • Tips for Making Halloween Fun & Accessible

    By Ariana Estes The autumn leaves crunch under the footsteps of witches and superheroes. Orange lights and jack o’ lanterns glow from the doorsteps of neighbor’s homes. And candy is everywhere — it’s Halloween! Trick-or-treating is a fun Halloween tradition loved by children and adults, but for some children, the holiday can be a little […]

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  • Working Toward More Inclusive Employment Opportunities

    By Lisa Morgan I can’t imagine what my life would be like if I didn’t have a job. In fact, I have had the privilege of holding several different jobs since I was in my teens. Jobs help us develop in so many ways. We learn what we are good at.  We learn to become […]

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  • Virginia Lutheran Congregations Give Back During Week of Service

    By Ariana Estes This year’s annual ELCA Day of Service, “Gods Work, Our Hands,” took place on  Sunday, Sept. 10, and kicked off the annual Virginia Synod Week of Service. Congregations across the state of Virginia gave back to Lutheran Family Services of Virginia through service projects. “Churches lend their support in so many ways […]

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  • A Note from Ray Ratke on Direct Service Professionals Week

    LFSVA COO, Ray Ratke, shares his thoughts on Direct Service Professionals Week This is national Direct Service Professionals week, and whenever I think about our dedicated, fantastic DSPs, I think of my mom. My mother was one of the warmest, most caring individuals I have ever known. She would go to any length to make […]

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