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After Katrina: The story of Saint Thomas Catholic Church

LONG BEACH, Miss. (WJTV) — It’s been nearly ten years since Hurricane Katrina struck the Mississippi coast and we begin a week long look at the lives touched by disaster, and the stories that tell a remarkable recovery. 420 more words


Welcoming New Life

I have a friend who I admire deeply. She is choosing a path of faith and hope in the midst of what most would call utter darkness. 733 more words

One person dead after tragic accident in Rankin County

UPDATE: According to a Rankin county investigator, Glen Ray Fuller, 41, from Brookhaven, MS has been identified as the truck driver accidentally killed after getting caught under the axle of a bulldozer that was helping to pull his truck. 108 more words


The 90 Day Challenge - Day 72 (O.T.)

“God forbid that I should have done this to my master, God’s anointed, that I should so much as raise a finger against him. He’s God’s anointed!” -1 Samuel 24:6… 284 more words


True to Myself while Honoring Others

As I am absorbing and receptive to teachers and guides who have more experience than me, I realize that one of the characteristics (for better or worse) of me is my ability to adopt others’ mannerisms, habits, speech, parenting, etc.   1,076 more words

Foster Cline

Mommy Dearest

I’ve shared with you all that I would like to practice the art of speaking life. One of the ways I hope to do that is by using this blog to honor various individuals who have had a positive impact in my life. 541 more words