WHAT’S GOING ON — ‘Covered’ concert to benefit Little Light House in February

By VICKI HUSBAND The first Fondren Covered event floored Jackson music lovers at Duling Hall in February 2012, and the show has since grown into highly anticipated concerts happening multiple times...

TOUGH QUESTIONS — How do I parent my 21-year-old child?

By DR. FRED HALL, LPC                 QUESTION: Any tips on how to parent my 21-year-old college student who’s living at home? ANSWER:      This is an...

MISSION MISSISSIPPI MOMENTS — 30 years and beyond

By NEDDIE WINTERS     'Breaking down barriers and building bridges through living reconciled'        This year marks the 30th anniversary of Mission Mississippi and its ongoing work...

HEALTH & WELLNESS — Are our habits writing checks that our bodies can’t cash?

By CHRIS FIELDS        What if salvation wasn’t free? What if there was a copay every time we got on our knees to pray for forgiveness? What if the consequences of even unintentional...

LAGNIAPPE — Restoring the family, 1 healing at a time

By TAMMY TILLMAN          When I first came to work for Pro-Life Mississippi, I did not tell them I had an abortion in my past. I was one of the millions of women sitting at church and...

LAGNIAPPE — CPC expands Abortion Recovery Program

By JENNY STIGLER          When most of us hear the word abortion, we think of the loss of a child’s life. We advocate for the child but may not realize the woman is hurt in the process as...

Amanda Scott — Abortion, healing and hope

By KATIE EUBANKS     Editor’s note: This article contains a partial description of a late-term abortion.      In 2012, Amanda Scott was at a follow-up appointment with her...

THIS IS MY STORY — God is big enough

By DIANNE BROWN          Back in April 2022, my health took a turn for the worse. I lost weight to where I was literally skin and bones. I didn’t tell my family or friends because I didn’t...

FAITH, FASHION & FITNESS — How will you ‘fashion’ your life in 2023?

By SHAY GREENWOOD        How can I have a vision for my life for the coming year if the simplest daily decision to pick out an outfit stresses me out? Have you ever experienced coming into a...

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WHAT’S GOING ON — ‘Covered’ concert to benefit Little Light House in February

By VICKI HUSBAND The first Fondren Covered event floored Jackson music lovers at Duling Hall in February 2012, and the show has since grown into highly anticipated concerts happening multiple times each year, now known simply as “Covered.” From Beatles to disco and...

TOUGH QUESTIONS — How do I parent my 21-year-old child?

By DR. FRED HALL, LPC                 QUESTION: Any tips on how to parent my 21-year-old college student who’s living at home? ANSWER:      This is an excellent and poignant question regarding parenting an adult … although we...

MISSION MISSISSIPPI MOMENTS — 30 years and beyond

By NEDDIE WINTERS     'Breaking down barriers and building bridges through living reconciled'        This year marks the 30th anniversary of Mission Mississippi and its ongoing work of breaking down barriers and building bridges through living...

HEALTH & WELLNESS — Are our habits writing checks that our bodies can’t cash?

By CHRIS FIELDS        What if salvation wasn’t free? What if there was a copay every time we got on our knees to pray for forgiveness? What if the consequences of even unintentional disobedience placed your salvation in severe jeopardy, and the more you...

LAGNIAPPE — Restoring the family, 1 healing at a time

By TAMMY TILLMAN          When I first came to work for Pro-Life Mississippi, I did not tell them I had an abortion in my past. I was one of the millions of women sitting at church and suffering in silence. I was ashamed of what I had done and did not think...

LAGNIAPPE — CPC expands Abortion Recovery Program

By JENNY STIGLER          When most of us hear the word abortion, we think of the loss of a child’s life. We advocate for the child but may not realize the woman is hurt in the process as well. Often, the woman who chose the abortion is isolated by shame and...

Amanda Scott — Abortion, healing and hope

By KATIE EUBANKS     Editor’s note: This article contains a partial description of a late-term abortion.      In 2012, Amanda Scott was at a follow-up appointment with her chiropractor/nutritionist, Dr. Debra Barnes, 18 years after having an abortion as a...

THIS IS MY STORY — God is big enough

By DIANNE BROWN          Back in April 2022, my health took a turn for the worse. I lost weight to where I was literally skin and bones. I didn’t tell my family or friends because I didn’t want them to see me like that. My husband and my son had to pick me...

FAITH, FASHION & FITNESS — How will you ‘fashion’ your life in 2023?

By SHAY GREENWOOD        How can I have a vision for my life for the coming year if the simplest daily decision to pick out an outfit stresses me out? Have you ever experienced coming into a new year and feel slightly overwhelmed by your life and its challenges?...

Amanda Scott — Abortion, healing and hope

By KATIE EUBANKS     Editor’s note: This article contains a partial description of a late-term abortion.      In 2012, Amanda Scott was at a follow-up appointment with her chiropractor/nutritionist, Dr. Debra Barnes, 18 years after having an abortion as a teen.      “Some of the...

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The Baptist Children’s Village celebrates 125 years

By CHRYSTELLE THAMES                   “We now bid you an affectionate goodbye — but this is God’s work. He inspired, built and directed. We were simply His instruments.” – Rev. L. S. Foster upon his 1903 retirement as first superintendent of the then...

Willie McClain — From Aryan Brotherhood to brother in Christ

By KATIE EUBANKS          Willie McClain doesn’t do fake.      He didn’t do fake in his previous life as part of the Aryan Brotherhood in prison. And he doesn’t do fake now at Partners in the Gospel, the fancy name for he and his wife, Alex, pouring into four young men in their downtown...