Posts Tagged ‘coronavirus’

How I Got Coronavirus and What It Was Like: With Mike From Tenth Avenue North

Mike Donehey from Tenth Avenue North had no idea when we talked to him at the beginning of quarantine that his whole family would later come down with coronavirus. Once he recovered we wanted to hear first hand how he got it and what coronavirus was like for him and his girls. For the audio version of this interview, check out our podcast with Mike. CJ & Joy · SPECIAL EDITION: How I Got Coronavirus… … Continue reading

Dear Class of 2020

“This is so unfair. No one has ever had to go through this EVER.” Those are words pulled straight from the grade school journal of a younger, more dramatic Bekah. The occasion? Y2K. As we started the year 2000, there were fears that computers everywhere would crash and we wouldn’t be able to do life as planned. I thought the world was ending, and that seemed incredibly unfair. In hindsight, it was no big deal.… … Continue reading

Family Fun Hub

With the need for quarantine and social distancing, it may be difficult to find ways that your family can still have fun.  Check out some of these great options right here in the Kentuckiana!  As usual, we would love to add more ideas to this!  Please email any additions to bsmith@wayfm.com. Animals: Louisville Zoo: Join in for daily virtual events and lots of fun, hands-on activities & LIVE viewings of the animals on Facebook. Play… … Continue reading

How Kirk Cameron is Spreading Hope

Kirk Cameron and his sister Candace Cameron Bure are hosting a live benefit on Sunday night with many of your favorite artists and speakers. He tells us more about how the “concert” came to be, plus we check in on how quarantine is going with his 6 kids. … Continue reading

Family Fun Hub

With the need for quarantine and social distancing, it may be difficult to find ways that your family can still have fun.  Check out some of these great options right here in the tristate!  As usual, we would love to add. more ideas to this!  Please email your thoughts to bsmith@wayfm.com.  Thanks! Animals Stay At Home with Mesker Park Zoo & Botanic Garden Wesselman Woods & Nature Preserve Play & Learn Find ways to have… … Continue reading

How Do You Talk to Your Kids About the Coronavirus?

No one prepared you for parenting in a global pandemic! Your kids are out of school and probably asking questions like, “Why am I not allowed to go play with my friends?” and “Why can I not go to school and see my teachers?” Your first instinct may be to simply tell your kids that everything is going to be ok, but that may not be the right move. Dr. Josh and Christi Straub are… … Continue reading

5 Reasons This Easter Will Be the Best One Yet

Everything in the world is different because of COVID-19, and that includes Easter. While it’s a bummer that we can’t meet in person to celebrate, here’s why I think we’ll look back on this Easter as one of our favorites:  1. Online Church While I realize that online church is not the same as gathering, we’re in a really unique position this year. It’s now easier than ever to invite a friend to church, and… … Continue reading

Big Daddy Weave on How to Find Peace in the Midst of a Pandemic

Anxiety seems to be what most people are feeling these days as the coronavirus is spreading, but experiencing peace is possible! Mike from Big Daddy Weave is staying home and quarantining himself just like the rest of us. He breaks down the verses that he needs right now in Philippians 4: 5-6 and how following them is the perfect recipe for peace during this time!   Hear more from Big Daddy Weave in their latest… … Continue reading

Day of Hope: Facing Big Problems with Small Joys

When will this end? That’s the question a lot of us are asking right now. When can we leave our homes? When will the numbers trend in the right direction? When can we make plans? When will things be back to normal? This line of questioning is not new to me. Four years ago, my husband had a medical emergency that launched us into long hospital stays, scary surgeries, and so much anxiety. There have… … Continue reading