Making Sure No One Falls Through the Cracks in Clay County

On the third Thursday of every month, a group of community leaders meet at the Salvation Army facility on CR 220 in Middleburg, FL....

Helping Children in Crisis

As a child, Linda Grabowski learned about giving. Her mother, Miriam had an upscale children’s boutique. Unique Kids was in North Charleston, SC. “Many times...

Christian Millennials Reawaken Faith in Israel

Covenant Journey is a US-based non-profit organization that provides trips to Israel for deserving Christian students aged 18 to 25. It sponsors the pilgrimage...

The Nest

Those familiar with the Proverbs 31 Woman either love her or hate her. For some she is a beautiful example of successful Christian living....

Bible Based Organization trains missionaries on sustainable farming

The Bible based organization, ECHO, is feeding the hungry by training workers to teach sustainable farming practices based on climate and soil type. ECHO has one center in North America located in Ft. Myers, Florida, and others in Africa, Asia and Central America. These are headquarters for teaching missionaries and those who feel called to reduce poverty around the world, but that is not all they do

Urge Your Federal Lawmakers to Support the Child Welfare Provider Inclusion Act

The Child Welfare Provider Inclusion Act protects the religious liberties of child welfare service providers, including adoption and foster care agencies. The Act would...
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The Great American Eclipse Information

On August 21, 2017, millions across the United States will witness an amazingly rare and wondrous spectacle of nature—a total eclipse of the sun.

Charlottesville Attack Spurs Church Leaders to Publicy Denounce Racism

A white nationalist rally on August 12 turned into a free-for-all hate fest as rally supporters clashed against counter-protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia. The rally was in protest of the ruling to remove the statue of Gen. Robert E. Lee, commander of the pro-slavery Confederate army in the U.S. Civil War, from a downtown park. Counter-protesters denounced the other group's racism and white supremacy.

Little Braxton was Dead.

Little Braxton had no signs of life for about 20 minutes. A bag mask was placed over his lifeless face to try to encourage...

What are the Odds?

Clayton Kershaw and I have a lot in common. I found out some interesting facts about the seven-time MLB All-Star and three-time Cy Young Award-winning pitcher recently when his Los Angeles Dodgers visited Ohio during a road trip to Cleveland and Cincinnati.

What an Impact a Smile Can Have

Having something infectious isn’t always a bad thing. Now that I have your attention I’ll explain. There are some things that attract people. It might be...

Kingdom Racing is a Winner in Life’s Race

This is the first article I have written at 4:26 a.m. I am sitting at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway sipping a cup of coffee...

James Jones of The Cavaliers Lives by Deep-Rooted Faith

The journey for Jones has been rewarding but also challenging. “When you try to become a professional athlete, you face a lot of ups and downs,” Jones said. “There is jubilation, and there is depression. There is excitement, and there is defeat.” ~James Jones, Cleveland Cavaliers

Beat the Heat with a Dump Dinner: Beef and Broccoli

Cooking in the crock pot for summer is a cool idea. Here is a simple Dump Dinner that will make those busy summer days...

Healthy Strawberry Banana Popsicles

The melody of the ice cream truck coming down our street always found us kids begging Mom for something cool on a hot summer day. The sweet treats found on the truck were not so nutritious, but fun all the same. Here’s an alternative that includes good-for-you ingredients. You will just have to hum your own tune as you open the freezer.

Strawberry and Spinach Salad with Grilled Chicken

Strawberries bring back so many good memories of summer. Sunny days, bare feet, and running in the sprinkler seem to mesh together with the sweetness summer strawberries bring.

Our Family Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe

I have been using this recipe since before my kids were born, and from the time they could reach the counter to make these cookies themselves, they have been using it too. We occasionally try new cookie recipes, but always end up coming back to this one. My kids asked me to post it for them to look up while they are away at college.

Chili with a New Twist

One day I was making an old standard chili and started adding different ingredients, and it turned out to be the best chili I had ever made! Fortunately, I took the time to write out the ingredients.