He Ain’t Who He Was
Memories and Praise
LET’S TALK IT OVER
Hold on to His Rope
THE DOCTOR IS IN
Failure—A Necessary Life Lesson!
Rest Is Best
Jackson Academy Jernberg Scholars Program
THIS IS MY STORY
Young Life’s Elizabeth Nenon
LIVING MY CALL
The Blue Life Is My Calling
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
Easy Tailgating Recipes
Should Christians Worry in These Times?
Remember the Digital Age in Your Estate Planning!
WHAT’S GOING ON
Dr. Stan Toler Is a Don’t-Miss Event
EVENTS CALENDAR— September 2016
QUIPS & QUOTES— September 2016
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 DAN HALL From the time I was about 13 until I was nearly 40, suicide was an...
By KATIE EUBANKS and MARILYN TINNIN Twenty years ago this month, Marilyn Tinnin...
By KATIE EUBANKS Roosevelt and Shay Greenwood don’t do anything halfway. If they experience a...
By KATIE EUBANKS Author and Jackson native Susan Cushman will release her eighth book, “Pilgrim Interrupted” — a memoir in the form of an essay collection encompassing faith, mental health and more — on June 7. She will be at Lemuria Books in Jackson for a signing on June 11....
By ANNA CLAIRE O’CAIN Bassfield native Neal Broome is a nearly 20-year resident of Brandon, a proud husband and father, a deacon and stewardship leader at his church, and has developed a career as an equity partner at Power Financial Group, LLC. Now he has released his first...
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...