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.
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.
Hope can be as debilitating as it can be liberating. Danny Burgess, Ph.D., explains how not to let hope stop you from moving forward.
As scary as fear can be, Danny Burgess, Ph.D., explains how critical fear is to growing as a person.
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.
A degree in biological sciences and a yearning to work in forensics means needing unlimited patience in a job search. Read how Cooper Powers is using this time to better himself: mind, body, and spirit.