Road rage can erupt in even the most peaceful person. But Rachel Hogue of Madison, MS, urges us to look past our rear-view mirrors and change lanes from anger to understanding.
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.
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.
The Awkward Southerner learns that lessons about accepting others and appreciating God’s grace can come from the most unlikely places.
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.
One parent’s perspective of the challenge and joy of raising a transgender child who is seeking to be the person he needs to be