Peggie Gillom-Granderson—Journey of a Champion
This and That
THE WAY I SEE IT
LET’S TALK IT OVER
Back-to-School Balancing Act
SINGLE STILL, SINGLE AGAIN
Back-to-School Is Not Just for Little People
THE DOCTOR IS IN
Finding the Time in Our Busy Lives
What Every College Freshman (and Parent) Needs to Know!
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
WellsFed Is Wells-loved
LIVING MY CALL
Keith Tonkel—The Preacher Who Came to Stay
SALT & LIGHT
Insurance for Israel
Insurance 101—Q&A with John Dorsa, State Farm Agent
The Plain Choice
90 Minutes in Heaven
WHAT’S GOING ON
WellsFest Celebrates 32 Years
QUIPS & QUOTES—September
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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