Tatiana Answers how to handle discussions within families when politics differ among the members

Tatiana –

Recently, I was in a close friend group of well-educated, Christian and moderately conservative friends. The subject came up that marriages and family relationships are being highly challenged, due to the current political era of divisiveness and negativity.  Specifically, personal relationships, that were once more in sync, are now adamantly retreating to opposite corners with staunch differing opinions and changes of heart, and it’s causing stress and heartache.… Read More »


Tatiana Matthews, LPC

Heritage Sandy Springs Announces 2019 Educational Programs for Children and Adults

Sandy Springs, Georgia, (January 16, 2019) – As part of their mission to promote history and enhance the cultural identity of Sandy Springs, Heritage Sandy Springs is happy to present a variety of programming for residents and visitors to the community throughout the year. This year’s upcoming programs are targeted to a wide variety of audiences including reading enthusiasts, scout troops, homeschool students, and history buffs.… Read More »

Book of the Week: The Daniel Plan: 40 Days to a Healthier Life

I’m so glad to be in the middle of a group  studying this book together.  I just finished Chapter 3 and am fascinated and prayerful that it will help me become healthier!

Here’s what Amazon has to say:

Revolutionize Your Health …

Once and for All

During an afternoon of baptizing over 800 people, Pastor Rick Warren realized it was time for change.… Read More »

CAC Food Pantry Low on Staples, Donations Welcome

SOS for Food! The CAC Food Pantry is low on some main staples. Please donate if you can to help local families seeking assistance with food this month. Urgent needs include these items:

Canned Meats (chicken, tuna, ham, spam etc.)
Canned Peas
Macaroni & Cheese

Please bring donations to the CAC Food Pantry or make a financial contribution for food online at www.ourcac.org.… Read More »

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Gail Pennington, CAC Food Pantry Manager
(770) 552-4889

Georgia’s Yellow Dot Program Helps Save a Life in Dunwoody

The Yellow Dot on a Dunwoody woman’s car and home alerted Dunwoody Police to a serious medical condition during a welfare check

Dunwoody, GA – January 14, 2019 – The first documented save of the Yellow Dot Program in Georgia involved a Dunwoody woman who suffered a diabetic coma.

“Yellow Dot saved time for the officer, medical providers, EMS and transport,” said Elizabeth Head, Deputy Director of Injury Prevention for the Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH).… Read More »

Deluxe Trip to Israel for Adults

The Community is Invited to Take Part in a Deluxe Trip to Israel for Adults; Led by the MJCCA’s Rabbi Brian Glusman.

May 5-16, 2019 

The Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta (MJCCA) announces a deluxe trip to Israel for adults, May 5-16, 2019. Travelers from across the southeast are invited to experience Israel for the first time, or like never before, on an incredible trip led by Rabbi Brian Glusman, MJCCA’s Jewish Outreach Coordinator.… Read More »

If you have Verizon and use REMIND here’s something you need to know

What’s happening

Starting on Monday, January 28, text notifications will be ending for Verizon Wireless customers who use the free Remind service.

If you communicate with your class on Remind: People who normally get your Remind messages as texts may no longer receive them.

If you have Verizon Wireless as your phone carrier: You’ll no longer receive Remind text notifications.… Read More »

Phone Scam: Parents Please Read!

Note from Audra:  I received this note today from a friend who lives in Dunwoody.

I received a very upsetting call the other day that was a nasty Phone Scam . We are all wary of these calls but this one hit home and was particularly unsettling . I want other parents and their children to be warned about this Scum that tries to extort money out of terrifying their victims.… Read More »

Women’s Weekday Bible Studies

The Epic of Eden: Isaiah
Seedbed Bible Study
Tuesdays, January 8 – March 12
10 am-12 pm, D-305
Facilitated by Sue Haynes
Context is everything. When Isaiah spoke kings trembled but today we have trouble hearing because we miss the larger context. In this study Richter takes us back to the eighth century BCE and explains Israel’s religion, economy and the role of a prophet.… Read More »

BIG BOOK SALE at Dunwoody Library


The Friends of the Dunwoody Library will host its next BIG BOOK SALE Thursday, Thursday, January 24 through Monday, January 28 at the library, 5339 Chamblee-Dunwoody Road. A special preview for Friends starts at 1 p.m. Thursday. The sale is open to the public 4 to 8 pm Thursday, and 10-5 Friday and Saturday.… Read More »

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Dunwoody Library
(770) 512-4640

Missing/Lost/Escaped indoor only cat

His name is Riley. He is about 2.5 yrs old and is new to the Dunwoody Highlands neighborhood. He ran outside around 9am on 1/14.

He is very loved and I’m sure very scared. Please help him get home.


Allison Sanders
(404) 213-2110

January 14th, 2019 Category: Pets