TOUGH QUESTIONS — Have I really forgiven my friend?

 By DR. FRED HALL, LPC   QUESTION: I thought I had forgiven a friend who hurt me, but I’m still upset when I’m around him. How do I know if I’ve truly forgiven him?    ANSWER:  What a...

A CUP OF ENCOURAGEMENT — What do you call your father?

 By LAURA LEE LEATHERS          Many years ago in Augsburg, Germany, my Sunday school teacher, Mary Nell, and I met once a week to pray together. Our weekly prayer times stopped when she...

COMMUNITY OUTREACH — What happens if Roe v. Wade is overturned?

 By KATIE EUBANKS, ERIN KATE GOODE, LAURA KNIGHT, AND JANET THOMAS          The United States Supreme Court is expected to rule by the end of June on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health...

LAGNIAPPE — Two generations find their home at St. Catherine’s

 Submitted by ST. CATHERINE’S VILLAGE           When it came time to retire and move to a more carefree and cared for environment, two generations of families found exactly what they were...

FOOD FOR THOUGHT — From morning to night — 3 winning recipes

By CHRIS FIELDS        Happy Father’s Day to all the fathers and father figures! June is National Men’s Health Month, so I am going to share some of the things I do to stay healthy spiritually,...

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. ...

THIS IS MY STORY — How ‘I’ll pray for you’ changed my life

By MARK HIKES        Prayer is a huge part of our journey with Jesus, but I didn’t always think that way. If you’d asked me 20 years ago if I believed in God, my answer would have been, “Sure …...

MISSION MISSISSIPPI MOMENTS — How we can be unified without being uniform

By PASTOR REGINALD WALKER          The focus for this month’s Mission Mississippi Moments article, as we endeavor to delve deeper, is Deeper Understanding. Our scripture reference is found...

MODERN MOTHERHOOD — The calling continues: Mama, raise that future father!

By COURTNEY INGLE          Take a minute and think about your dad. If he’s still on this side of eternity, you might think about how he plays with your kids. You might remember the days...

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TOUGH QUESTIONS — Have I really forgiven my friend?

 By DR. FRED HALL, LPC   QUESTION: I thought I had forgiven a friend who hurt me, but I’m still upset when I’m around him. How do I know if I’ve truly forgiven him?    ANSWER:  What a great question, reader, and one many of us have asked time and time again....

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 By LAURA LEE LEATHERS          Many years ago in Augsburg, Germany, my Sunday school teacher, Mary Nell, and I met once a week to pray together. Our weekly prayer times stopped when she and her family moved to Nuremberg. So we decided to spend a few days in...

COMMUNITY OUTREACH — What happens if Roe v. Wade is overturned?

 By KATIE EUBANKS, ERIN KATE GOODE, LAURA KNIGHT, AND JANET THOMAS          The United States Supreme Court is expected to rule by the end of June on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the first case that could overturn Roe v. Wade, which made...

LAGNIAPPE — Two generations find their home at St. Catherine’s

 Submitted by ST. CATHERINE’S VILLAGE           When it came time to retire and move to a more carefree and cared for environment, two generations of families found exactly what they were looking for at St. Catherine’s Village. Located in Madison, the...

FOOD FOR THOUGHT — From morning to night — 3 winning recipes

By CHRIS FIELDS        Happy Father’s Day to all the fathers and father figures! June is National Men’s Health Month, so I am going to share some of the things I do to stay healthy spiritually, mentally and physically — including a couple of healthy recipes (and...

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 —...

THIS IS MY STORY — How ‘I’ll pray for you’ changed my life

By MARK HIKES        Prayer is a huge part of our journey with Jesus, but I didn’t always think that way. If you’d asked me 20 years ago if I believed in God, my answer would have been, “Sure … doesn’t everybody?” In 2013, I realized I was missing the most...

MISSION MISSISSIPPI MOMENTS — How we can be unified without being uniform

By PASTOR REGINALD WALKER          The focus for this month’s Mission Mississippi Moments article, as we endeavor to delve deeper, is Deeper Understanding. Our scripture reference is found in Proverbs 4:7, which reads, “Wisdom is the principal thing;...

MODERN MOTHERHOOD — The calling continues: Mama, raise that future father!

By COURTNEY INGLE          Take a minute and think about your dad. If he’s still on this side of eternity, you might think about how he plays with your kids. You might remember the days when you’d ride on his shoulders, cry in his lap, or the one time he...

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,...

Magnolia Speech School — Building on a firm foundation

 By ANNA CLAIRE O’CAIN        Since the 1950s, Magnolia Speech School in Jackson has served children with hearing and speech impairments. From the school’s early days in the late Elizabeth “Libba” Matthews’ home to its current facility in Jackson and soon-to-be new home in Madison County, God...