Stephen & Melissa Johnston
Called to Make a Difference
Somebodies, Nobodies, and Everybody
LET’S TALK IT OVER
A Family That Functions Together Just Works!
THE DOCTOR IS IN
Back to School
Making Sense of the Here and Now
SALT & LIGHT
William Carey Global Missions and Ministry
THIS IS MY STORY
Homeless to Houseparent
CHRISTIAN COMMERCE Magnolia Lighting
A Family Business for 30 Years
LIVING MY CALL
It’s More Than a Job for Michael Joe Cannon
Peace in a Divisive World
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
Eating Heart Healthy
Same Kind of Different As Me and What Difference Do It Make?
Everybody Can Help Somebody
WHAT’S GOING ON
Dr. Stan Toler Is a Don’t-Miss Event
EVENTS CALENDAR— August 2016
QUIPS & QUOTES— August 2016
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