LAGNIAPPE — Memory care provides safe, familiar environment at St. Catherine’s Village

Submitted by St. Catherine's Village          September is World Alzheimer’s Month, a time to bring attention to this progressive disease that impacts millions of older Americans.   ...

THE DOCTOR IS IN — New Capital Ortho surgeon views his work as a calling

By MOLLY STALEY          “I view my work as my calling. I am called to do my best unto the Lord. In some way, I feel that my work is an extension of helping to redeem God’s creation by...

WHAT’S GOING ON — Oxford native to share story of tragedy, recovery and hope

 Submitted by CATHOLIC CHARITIES          Known nationally for his business books and Ted Talks, Oxford native David Magee seemingly had it all before his beloved son William — who...

TOUGH QUESTIONS — My spouse and I can’t agree on a school

By DR. FRED HALL   QUESTION: My husband and I can’t agree on where to send our child to school next year — an expensive private Christian school, or a public school where she’ll encounter God...

LIVING MY CALL — How Navigators act as a ‘safety net’  for cancer patients

By KATIE EUBANKS     MCL Editor Katie Eubanks recently interviewed Jackie Murray, an Oncology Nurse Navigator at St. Dominic Hospital in Jackson, about how she helps cancer patients...

THIS IS MY STORY — How Jesus has changed my friendships

By CATE McCRORY          Growing up, friends were just people to play with on the playground. As I got older, those people became friends to just sit with at lunch. I was still stuck on...

FAITH, FASHION & FITNESS — 3 great transition pieces for summer-to-fall

By SHAY GREENWOOD          Ready for fall fashion? You probably already have these items in your closet!           Fall and winter are fast approaching, which means it’s time to think...

MISSION MISSISSIPPI MOMENTS — How intentionality directs us toward mission

BY JILL HISAW          This year, Mission Mississippi has chosen as its theme: “A Deeper Dive into the Racial Divide Through Deeper Relationships.” This month’s focus is “Deeper...

MODERN MOTHERHOOD — Starting a new school year and ordering our loves

By SARAH REIN          The beginning of a new school year fills my spirit with an acute sense of nostalgia. I remember vividly the nervous energy on that first day each year … seeing where...

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LAGNIAPPE — Memory care provides safe, familiar environment at St. Catherine’s Village

Submitted by St. Catherine's Village          September is World Alzheimer’s Month, a time to bring attention to this progressive disease that impacts millions of older Americans.         The most common form of dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, slowly...

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By MOLLY STALEY          “I view my work as my calling. I am called to do my best unto the Lord. In some way, I feel that my work is an extension of helping to redeem God’s creation by helping patients restore function and give them a productive, happy life...

WHAT’S GOING ON — Oxford native to share story of tragedy, recovery and hope

 Submitted by CATHOLIC CHARITIES          Known nationally for his business books and Ted Talks, Oxford native David Magee seemingly had it all before his beloved son William — who lettered in track at Ole Miss and attended the Honors College — died of an...

TOUGH QUESTIONS — My spouse and I can’t agree on a school

By DR. FRED HALL   QUESTION: My husband and I can’t agree on where to send our child to school next year — an expensive private Christian school, or a public school where she’ll encounter God knows what. Neither of us is budging. How do we decide?   ANSWER:     ...

LIVING MY CALL — How Navigators act as a ‘safety net’  for cancer patients

By KATIE EUBANKS     MCL Editor Katie Eubanks recently interviewed Jackie Murray, an Oncology Nurse Navigator at St. Dominic Hospital in Jackson, about how she helps cancer patients navigate the spectrum of care. This interview has been edited for clarity...

THIS IS MY STORY — How Jesus has changed my friendships

By CATE McCRORY          Growing up, friends were just people to play with on the playground. As I got older, those people became friends to just sit with at lunch. I was still stuck on the idea that friends were just people to surround myself with.   ...

FAITH, FASHION & FITNESS — 3 great transition pieces for summer-to-fall

By SHAY GREENWOOD          Ready for fall fashion? You probably already have these items in your closet!           Fall and winter are fast approaching, which means it’s time to think about transitioning from summer to fall outfits. We have a couple...

MISSION MISSISSIPPI MOMENTS — How intentionality directs us toward mission

BY JILL HISAW          This year, Mission Mississippi has chosen as its theme: “A Deeper Dive into the Racial Divide Through Deeper Relationships.” This month’s focus is “Deeper Intentionality.” Intentionality is often confused with mindfulness, although the...

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By SARAH REIN          The beginning of a new school year fills my spirit with an acute sense of nostalgia. I remember vividly the nervous energy on that first day each year … seeing where my seat would be and if my best friend’s would be close by, what my...

Mart and Holly McMullan Celebrating sobriety, faith and love

By KATIE EUBANKS          Mart McMullan starts each morning the same way: “The very first thing I do is go to my office and ask God to keep me sober,” he says, sitting with his wife, Holly, at their dining room table in Madison.     For more than 10 years now, God has answered that...

Olivia and Chris Kneip: Running the race

By ANNA CLAIRE O’CAIN      People in the Flowood area might know Olivia and Dr. Chris Kneip through their competing in triathlons, or from their work as a teacher and orthopedic surgeon respectively. But many do not know how God used difficult times in the Kneip’s lives to strengthen their faith...

Deryll & Sherry Stegall: Finding happiness in Christ

By KATIE EUBANKS        It’s become a tradition at MCL cover shoots to capture photographer Deryll Stegall giving his favorite directive: “Happyyyyyy!”           We all need a little encouragement to look happy for pictures sometimes. And with his affable, helpful personality, it’s hard...

Canopy expanding solutions with new school

By ANNA CLAIRE O'CAIN          Canopy Children’s Solutions, based in Jackson, is a nonprofit organization providing a host of interventions for children in all 82 Mississippi counties.  CEO Dr. John Damon shares about Canopy and the services they provide — including Canopy’s new school,...