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How COVID-19 Pandemic Affects Daily Life in Northern Ghana

By Isaac Wuni | May 26, 2020

The West African nation of Ghana has been on partial lockdown since late March. Schools are closed. Many are unable to work. Food costs have increased. As the lockdown continues, the need to help deprived and needy families will grow.

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By Paula Shurden Batts | May 21, 2020
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Clergy are more open today to seeking help for mental health issues. And when churches speak openly about mental health, they reduce the mystery and stigma for everyone, including their ministers. Consider these four suggestions.

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By Patrick Broaddus | May 21, 2020
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By Matt Cook | May 20, 2020
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By Elizabeth Denham Thompson | May 20, 2020
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