Wendy Scott—Dean of Mississippi College School of Law
But Hate Is Strong
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
THE WAY I SEE IT
Giving the Most Meaningful Christmas Gifts of All
God Gave Us Sleep
“Shortcut” Estate Planning Is Often a Shortcut to Court
LET’S TALK IT OVER
6 Things to Remember at Christmas
The Bliss Story
LIVING MY CALL
Earth Grace Jewelry
Who Colors Your Life?
HELP! Kitchens and Bathrooms—It Isn’t Complicated!
The Risk Conundrum
A Boring Story
SALT & LIGHT
Blessing of the Hands Ceremony
THIS IS MY STORY
QUIPS & QUOTES—December 2015
If you aren’t sure whether you have a relationship with God or where you’ll go when you die, please read this.
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