Pastor’s Corner: I’m Praying for You

Pastor Rob Norris

By Pastor Rob Norris First of all, I ask you to pray for everyone. Ask God to help and bless them all, and tell God how thankful you are for each of them.                                                                                                                 1 Timothy 2:1 In November 1970, at the height of tensions in Vietnam, a pair of college students launched a campaign to […]

Keeping Your Health on Track During the Indulgent Holiday Season

By Statepoint The holiday season can be an indulgent one, full of cookies, candies, heavy meals and eggnog. While no one wants to rein in the fun during the merriest time of year, there are simple ways to keep your health on track during this indulgent holiday season. • Stick to Routines. To the best […]

Autism Mom: Quitting is not an Option

By Melody Kramer Do you ever feel like quitting?  Do you ever just feel like walking out? I do. There have been many days I just feel like I can’t do this anymore (motherhood). I can’t quit, and I can’t walk out, I am a mom!  I’m an autism mom raising two autistic boys, and it’snot […]

Century Communities hosted a grand-opening on November 3rd for The Bungalows and The Cottages at Stonebrook in Chino

New detached homes offer six different designs starting in the low $500s By Julie Satalowich CHINO, CA, November 2018 – Century Communities, recently namedthe fastest-growing public builder by Buildermagazine, hosted a public grand-opening festivity onNov. 3 at Stonebrook featuring two new neighborhoods The Bungalows and The Cottagesstarting in the low $500s. The celebration was held […]

Patience Takes Practice

By Melody Kraemer – Autism Mom What is patience? According to Google it’s “the capacity to accept or tolerate delay, trouble, or suffering without getting angry or upset.” Growing up my patience was short, in fact, I was known as a kid without patience. As I got older that changed. When I had my two […]

Summer Concert Fun

By Anthony Saude Eastvale – Summer Fun is right around the corner, and local communities have been working hard to bring you the very best in entertainment this year in hopes to make your summer just a little more enjoyable and convenient, all for FREE! Summer can be fun but thinking about what to do to […]

5 Ways Parents Can Help Kids Create Great Dental Habits

By StatePoint That first wiggly tooth indicates a new childhood milestone — loss of the first “baby” tooth. While this is often a time for cute photos and a visit from the tooth fairy, it should also be an opportunity to reinforce the importance of good oral care with children so that their new permanent […]

What to Know About Seasonal Allergies and Your Eyes

  By Statepoint Suffering from itchy, watery eyes? You may have ocular allergies or you could have another issue entirely, such as chronic dry eyes. Experts say that getting the correct diagnosis is the only way to treat symptoms properly.   “Chronic dry eye often mimics the symptoms of seasonal allergies and must be approached […]

Conquering Sugar Cravings

By Nia Saldana Did you know that sugar and processed foods are as addictive as heroin and cocaine? It’s no wonder so many people are addicted to sugar. “Sweet is the first taste humans prefer from birth,” says Christine Gerbstadt, MD, RD, a dietitian and American Dietetic Association (ADA) spokeswoman. She has also said that […]

Seitan Tacos El Diablo

with Kiwi Salsa and Lime Crema By Hello Fresh Cooking Time: 30 mins Servings: 4 Nutrition: 650 Calories Ingredients: Red Onion- 2 Poblano Pepper- 2 Roma Tomato- 2 Kiwis- 4 Cilantro- 1/2 oz Limes- 2 Chorizo Seitan- 16 oz Sour Cream- 8 tbsp Flour Tortillas- 12 1  PREP.    Wash and dry all produce. Halve, peel, […]

The Traceys

By Anthony Saude Jim and Kristin Tracey of Eastvale have adopted, Kaden, a 10-year-old boy from the foster care system. They are in the process of adopting 2 others children, a girl and a boy. None of them are infants so they come with problems from the lives that they have led so far. What […]

I Want To Be In Love

By Anthony Saude Feeling mesmerized, thinking about someone without trying.  Can’t get her off of my mind, her eyes, her touch, the way her smile lights up a room.  She makes my heart expand, it grows and wants to  be filled with the feelings that that everybody tells me about love. It always seems just […]

How to Build a Healthier Thanksgiving Plate

By Realsimple.com No one ever said Thanksgiving dinner was healthy. But there are certain tricks to make it a little healthier—and to avoid riding out an uncomfortable food coma on the couch for the rest of the night. Whether you’re doling out your own portions, or you’re at the mercy of Aunt Ida passing out plates […]

“Little Ears” Pasta

with Sausage, Baby Broccoli, and Pesto   By Hello Fresh   Cooking Time: 25 mins Servings: 4 Nutrition: 900 Calories Ingredients:   Baby Broccoli- 12 oz. Sweet Italian Pork Sausage- 18 oz. Orecchiette Pasta- 12 oz Chili Flakes- 1 tsp Pesto- 4 oz Parmesan Cheese- ½ cup   1  PREP.    Wash and dry all produce. […]

Clark’s “Live Better” Health Tip: Step Right Up!

By C Doussett MPH, RDN   Good news for anyone currently writing or planning on writing a diet book. There is enough consumer confusion and low-powered studies on so many aspects of diet and nutrition, that a well-thought out title and one celebrity endorsement is all you need. Is that to say that diet books […]

Lost Love

By Michael Armijo I stood there in the courtyard, I waited.  Her little eyes, her bright smile, her warm hugs, I was waiting for them all.  It would be just a few minutes before that bell would ring, it would be just a few minutes before my little love of life would run out smiling, […]

Amazing Apricot Chicken

with Roasted Potatoes and Green Beans   By Hello Fresh   Cooking Time: 35 mins Servings: 4 Nutrition: 500 Calories Ingredients: Fingerling Potatoes- 24 oz Green Beans- 12 oz Shallot- 1 Chicken Breasts- 24 oz Thyme- 1/4 oz Balsamic Vinegar- 4 tbsp Apricot Jam- 1 oz Chicken Stock Concentrates- 2   1  PREHEAT OVEN AND […]

How Smart Home Technology Can Help You Eliminate Stress

By StatePoint Many parents have worries around the back-to-school season, especially if kids will be alone for a portion of the afternoon or in the morning before catching the bus. What if you could keep a better eye on things when you’re not physically there? Here are some ways to use smart home technology to […]

Win the Battle Against Back-to-School Germs

By StatePoint Did you know that, on average, elementary school children get eight to 12 colds or cases of the flu each school year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention? This school year, follow some healthy habits to avoid the back-to-school plague. First, wash hands and other items that you touch, like […]

Back-to-School Tips to Help Reduce Stress

By StatePoint School can be a stressful place, from finding a seat at lunch to making new friends, but don’t let supplies be one of those stressors. Make life just a bit easier with the right supplies, so students have more time to focus on the important things. To help reduce stress, consider the following […]