Dr. Roger Parrott
Belhaven University’s Creative Leader
Shine, Jesus, Shine.
LET’S TALK IT OVER
It All Begins With Worship
A Living Sacrifice
Peace By Peace
THE DOCTOR IS IN
The Lost Art of Relational Medicine
SALT & LIGHT
Southern State Rustic Helps Build God’s Kingdom
Terri Blackstock Writes Suspense to God’s Glory
Sound & Communications
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
John Lester’s Favorite Fish Recipes
One Loud Voice for Children
Does Your Church Need a Security Team?
The Reality of the Resurrection
Don’t Risk DIY-Estate Planning
When God Made You
If I’m Found
EVENTS CALENDAR— April 2017
QUIPS & QUOTES— April 2017
If you aren’t sure whether you have a relationship with God or where you’ll go when you die, please read this.
Recent Cover Stories
by KATIE EUBANKS First Lady Elee Reeves Faith, family, and life at the Governor’s Mansion...
By KATIE EUBANKS Clay & Amanda Mansell Spinning plates and fostering faith Clay...
In summer 2008, Belhaven University President Roger Parrott approached MCL...
Jackson native’s book can help you learn a new song Ginny Owens was born and raised in Jackson, attended Murrah High School and the Mississippi School for the Blind, and has developed a career as an award-winning Christian musical artist and speaker. Now she’s written her first book...
By KATIE EUBANKS ‘Surviving Hitler, Evading Stalin’: Mildred’s story MCL’s own “Middle Ages” columnist, Sherye S. Green, has co-written a new book called “Surviving Hitler, Evading Stalin: One Woman’s Remarkable Escape From Nazi Germany.” Editor Katie Eubanks chatted with Sherye...
Author Profile Angie Camp—Real-Life Fiction MCL: The description on the cover reads, “A Christian fiction inspired by true life events.” Can you tell us briefly what those events were? Angie Camp: The true life events brought into the story of Hells Bend are testimonies of several different...
By Susan E. Richardson Author Profile—Terri Blackstock In Sunday School I used to see the friend who had invited me to come with her, the one who made me welcome every Sunday, and assured me a “go to” place to sit. She had a kind word for everyone and made other visitors feel as...