Stacy Underwood—The Soul of HeARTworks
Baptist’s Girl Friend’s Guide to Breast Cancer
THE WAY I SEE IT
A Life of Joy
LET’S TALK IT OVER
An Open Letter to Those with SSA
Sunday Dinners: 5 Reasons to Bring Your Family Together
Dyslexia Through the Eyes of a Dyslexic Therapist
The T.K. Martin Center Empowering the Disabled
Restoration After Ashley Madison
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
The Crown of Southern Cooking
Very Important: Care of the Caregiver
LIVING SERVICES PROVIDES DAILY MONEY MANAGEMENT FOR SENIORS
Sanctuary Hospice Celebrates 10 Years
WHAT’S GOING ON
Palmer Home Presents 3rd Annual Southern Soireé
QUIPS & QUOTES—October
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 Johnny & Stacey Donaldson From the farm to the board room There’s a painting...
by KATIE EUBANKS First Lady Elee Reeves Faith, family, and life at the Governor’s Mansion...
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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...