Past Issues

MARCH 2018

2018 Christian Leaders of the Future


Cheryl Prewitt Salem—Through Eyes of Faith


Flonzie Brown Wright—Pioneer, Visionary, and Steel Magnolia


Drake Bassett, CEO of Palmer Home—A Heart for Children


Dan & Hazel Hall—Hearts Set on the Journey


Jenni and Lee Smith—“Specially” Blessed


Tim and Alison Wildmon—On the Front Lines of America’s Culture War


Bill and Mary Buckley—FCA’s Dynamic Duo

JULY 2017

Sissy & Danny Jackson—The Delta Doc and His Soulmate

JUNE 2017

Robert St. John—He Loves Well

MAY 2017

Rachel & Beau Burnham—Rescued, Redeemed, Restored

APRIL 2017

Dr. Roger Parrott—Belhaven University’s Creative Leader

MARCH 2017

2017 Christian Leaders of the Future


2017 The Church in Mississippi—Is It Relevant?


Swayze Waters—Chasing Dreams But Trusting God


Jay Hopson—His Story of Faith, Family, and Football


Tori Nunnelee—Still Thankful


Darlene Gore—A Breast Cancer Journey


Darlene Gore—A Breast Cancer Journey


Paul Lacoste—He Ain’t Who He Was


Stephen & Melissa Johnston—Called to Make a Difference

JULY 2016

Stephanie Billingsley—The Horse Lady with a Huge Heart

JUNE 2016

Ben Howland—The Real Deal

MAY 2016

Jill Freeze—Her Life and Calling

APRIL 2016

Luther Ott—Living the Gospel

MARCH 2016

2016 Christian Leaders of the Future


Rev. Chris Diggs—Living in the Light


The Reclaimed Project—Holistic Restoration of God’s Children


Dean Scott—Dean of Mississippi College School of Law


Trey and Enley Long—From the Pew to the Pavement


Stacy Underwood—The Soul of HeARTworks


Peggie Gillom-Granderson—Journey of a Champion


Robert Khayat—A Legacy of Integrity

JULY 2015

Nancy Luke Carpenter—All-American Soldier’s Mom

JUNE 2015

Dr. Tom McCraney—A Dad with A Long View

MAY 2015

Sarah Williams Berry—A Real Super Mom

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