Dan & Hazel Hall
Hearts Set on the Journey
Gratitude Can Thrive in an Upside Down World
LET’S TALK IT OVER
Your Ripple Effect
Never Good Enough
William Carey University Rebuilds After Devastating Tornado
Families First for Mississippi
LIVING MY CALL
Jimmy Abraham—MSU’s Ambassador and Mentor
Thanksgiving for Another Chance—12 TRUST BRIDGES for Building Strong, Intimate Relationships
A Guide for Serving
Shut the Hell Up!
THE DOCTOR IS IN
Skin Care Through the Ages
THIS IS MY STORY
Kathy Thibodeaux’s Timeless Journey
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
Versatile Cranberries for Holiday Delights
A Few of Our Favorites
Parkway Hills UMC Welcomes Dawn Douglas Flowers
Thankful for the Disagreements
Beware Scams That Prey on Seniors
31 Proverbs to Light Your Path by Liz Curtis Higgs
EVENTS CALENDAR— November 2017
QUIPS & QUOTES— November 2017
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