Faith

  • By Donald Brazile The New Yorker magazine once ran a cartoon in which a group of prison inmates are huddled in a circle on their cell block floor, spr...

  • By Donald Brazile As the two sisters sat beneath the cool shade provided by the generous pecan tree, they both decided it was time to return to the fo...

  • By Laurie Green Well, folks, we have almost made it to the end of one of the most interesting (for lack of a better word) years that I›ve ever experie...

  • by Laurie Green Let’s face it: 2020 has been a very unusual year. I don’t know about you, but my best friend Shelia and I have joked that we feel like...

  • by Mark McDonald My extended family has rented a lodge each Thanksgiving for some 30 years, and we usually have 40 to 50 people sharing dinner togethe...

  • Renewal Ranch recently thanked supporters and contributors at a dedication ceremony for the Restoration Center on the ministry’s Perry County campus. ...

  • In this issue, our focus is on health and wellness, and you have probably been thinking of that topic for several months now. During the pandemic...

  • History is a funny thing. For the most part, many of us are either regretting it, repeating it, forgetting it or spending time trying to remember it. ...

  • If you know me, then you know I’m an avid bird lover. Well, maybe I should clarify this a bit. I love to feed and watch all kinds of yard birds, but o...

  • by Laurie Green Considering the theme “friends for life,” I spent weeks thinking about who to write about. I have so many different people to mention,...

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