Dr. Alyssa Killebrew — ‘SEK’ and you will find

By KATIE EUBANKS          From September 2020 to December 2021, Ridgeland psychologist Dr. Alyssa Killebrew lost her best friend, her unborn daughter, and her husband. While still...

Mike and Amanda Clement — Their road to marriage, Oxford, and Omaha

By KATIE EUBANKS          God doesn’t necessarily care who wins baseball games. That’s a startling statement coming from Ole Miss Baseball Hitting Coach Mike Clement — who helped propel...

MCL’s Christian Leaders of the Year

By KATIE EUBANKS; Photos by STEGALL IMAGERY   For the fourth year in a row, MCL has taken nominations for Christian Leaders of the Year. This year the five selected leaders met together for a...

Dr. Cathie Phillippi — No longer an outsider

By KATIE EUBANKS        Dr. Cathie Phillippi is a married, churchgoing doctor with three kids. But she isn’t perfect.      “I think people see this put-together person … with all the things,”...

Clint and Terri Herring — Pursuing the Savior who pursued them first

By KATIE EUBANKS        Clint Herring’s parents fell in love in Selma, Alabama. Clint’s father was “an awesome attorney” who’d attended law school at The University of Mississippi and served in...

4 presidents of Christ-centered colleges on faith, education and community

By KATIE EUBANKS     Last month, MCL Editor Katie Eubanks interviewed four presidents of Christ-centered institutions of higher learning in Mississippi. Two themes emerged from these...

Erasing the stigma — 3 therapists talk faith and mental health

By KATIE EUBANKS      MCL Editor Katie Eubanks recently sat down with three licensed professional counselors (LPCs) who love Jesus and want to help people live by His design through mental health —...

20 years of Mississippi Christian Living!

By KATIE EUBANKS and MARILYN TINNIN        Twenty years ago this month, Marilyn Tinnin launched a little monthly newsprint magazine called Jackson Christian Family. Today that publication has...

Roosevelt and Shay Greenwood — Outlasting stage 4 cancer and other storms

By KATIE EUBANKS      Roosevelt and Shay Greenwood don’t do anything halfway. If they experience a storm (literal or otherwise), it’s a roof-ripping monster. If they experience a victory, it’s...

Meredith and Joel Travelstead — ‘God will use your limp’

By KATIE EUBANKS          If you’ve lived in the Jackson area long, you might know Joel and Meredith Travelstead  — but you might only know the highlights. They’re a CPA and OB/GYN...

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By CHRIS FIELDS          Clarity is a basis of truth derived through understanding and evaluation. Here is an example in health terms: To maintain a balanced or healthy energy deficit and a healthy weight, we must eat in proportion to our activity levels.        This is an...

AS I SEE IT — A boomer relearns love

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