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Beth Saladino

Beth is a wife and mom of three – two CCA graduates and a current CCA sophomore. She has been a part of the CCA family since 1995 and on staff since 2007. Beth enjoys spending time with her family, reading, and watching Netflix. And she can quote Friends and Seinfeld lines with the best of them.

Recent Posts

Caring Well in a Community

How many times have you opened your email only to find a prayer request for someone who has been diagnosed with cancer, someone who has lost a family member, or someone who is facing a crisis of some kind?  As believers, we can lean on our faith...

Making the Most of Senior Year: A Mom’s Point of View

My job at Covenant has a variety of tasks. One of my favorite tasks is what I call “senior parent coordinator.” Early in the school year I host a senior parent meeting to discuss the details of the year, which include events, expenses, and...

Why We Don't Have a Prom

When you think back on your school prom, do you have memories of awkwardness, expense, or insecurity? When I went to my prom, I didn’t know how to dance, the music was not even really conducive to dancing, and the whole evening was kind of...

Best Christmas Movies of All Time

Traditions at Christmas time are a big deal in our house. We put up the Christmas tree on the Friday after Thanksgiving, listen to the same Christmas CDs, eat the same meal on Christmas Eve year after year, always bake and decorate cookies...

Everyone Wants to Be Included

There are few memories from junior high that sting as much as one awful moment in seventh grade.

How to Teach Your Child About Money

Money management is a very important part of a responsible adult life, yet waiting until adulthood to figure everything out is not a good idea.  If we teach our children some basic money principles while they are young, they will be set up for...

Easy Ways to Deliver Healthy Meals to Your Family Dinner Table

Do you feel like each day goes by too quickly?  When you pick up the kids from school, you get home from work, and soccer practice is over, what is the first thing on everyone’s mind?  “What’s for dinner?”  Maybe we can skip dinner just this one...