by Rev. Ashley McFaul Erwin, Clinical Pastoral Resident at The Next Door So he (Jesus) told them this parable: “Which one of you, having a hundred sheep and losing one of them, does not leave the ninety-nine in the wilderness and go after the one that is lost until he finds it? When he […]
by Rebekah Bohannon, LPC-MHSP, Director of Clinical Systems of The Next Door Temperatures are rising, the sun is coming out and spring fever is among us! With record amounts of rainfall this year we have been trapped inside for far too long. Parking ourselves in front of our favorite binge-watching app and eating everything in […]
What a Beautiful Thing it Can Be to Finally Feel Again
by April Barnes, Director of Outreach of The Next Door Recently, I was able to lead group with our women here at The Next Door. I was excited to share some intimate time with the ladies where I could pass out my essential oils and fill the chapel with the smells of patchouli and lavender. […]
One Word for 2019
by Kate McKinnie, Director of Development of The Next Door For the past 8-9 years, I have chosen a word of the year. I begin praying in December for how I want the next year to be different. I pray for wisdom of what one word of focus could be to help me get there. […]
I Love Data!
by Ginger Gaines, Chief Operating Officer of The Next Door My co-workers, family and a few friends know how much I love a good spreadsheet. I am by nature very analytical, and I want to have all the facts before making any decision. Of course, when deciding where to eat dinner this can be infuriating […]Tagged Alcoholawarenessdatadrugsfactsfeedbackmental healthsubstance abuseThe Next DoorWomen