Rachel Hogue’s sisters taught her valuable life lessons, like to hide the butter knives during Punky Brewster episodes, to not ever drink a steaming cup of Mountain Dew, and to be there for those you love…no matter what.
Just minutes into this world, Christy Dunaway’s life as an infant born in October 1963 without either forearm and missing a leg hit an extreme fork in the road. Despite the medical advice of the era, her parents chose for her the path of unconditional love, acceptance, and trust.
Whether He speaks to you on a soft breeze or yells at you over your workout music, God finds a way to get His message across, just as Mandi Burgess of Madison, MS, discovered recently. And heeding His not-so-subtle call, led her on a trip abroad that opened her heart to what mission work truly means.
Sometimes it takes losing yourself to gain a new you.
An unexpected diagnosis during Shanna Smith’s fourth pregnancy led her on a journey of faith and a changed perspective of Who is really in control of her life.
Coach Don Powers learned a lot in his years leading young athletes; but, perhaps his greatest lesson, came from a group of girls who loved to run.
Rainy day reflecting on self improvement leads Mississippi wife, mother, and teacher Rachel Hogue to a realization that she may have more to revel in rather than to fret over.
Jack and Luke Moore keep their dad Rick on his toes with the conversations and anecdotes that only sons can offer.
Mom of three, one of whom is a special needs child, Shanna Smith will not let stress stall her goals for the new year, and she encourages us all to run whatever emotional red lights are keeping us from living life to the fullest.
The best way to recover from sadness is to bounce your way back to joy.