"What is dog spelled backward?" asked Larry Worthy, with a wide grin on his face, still sporting red bruises from a pit bull attack in his neighborhood. "It's God."
A beefy, stocky man of 53 who looks like he would be right at home on a Hollywood movie set as a stunt double, or in the gym as a body-builder, A.C. Curtis' real-life adventures are just as risky and dangerous.
The National Day of Prayer will be celebrated Thursday, May 3 on the DeSoto County Courthouse lawn on the historic Hernando Square in Hernando. Tina Tatum, coordinator of the event, said the observation will take place at 6 p.m. on the courthouse lawn. Tatum was recognized by the DeSoto Coun…
It’s hard not to get swept up in the enthusiasm Stacy Dodd has for other people and for helping other people. His excitement for caring and coming to aid others is infectious.
The work of furthering the Kingdom of God for Todd Hollis has recently taken him to land at a new air strip, as Hollis has begun his work as a new staff member to SouthPoint Church in Southaven.
New York may have its "lights on Broadway" but Brandon Hughes, the new worship minister at Broadway Baptist Church in Southaven, is primarily focused on the "Light at Broadway" — Jesus Christ.
As a mother and an inspirational author and pastor, Tina Tatum with Tina Tatum Ministries is launching a new book, which she co-authored with her 17-year-old daughter Faith, "Thrive: A Thirty Day Journey for Moms and Teens of Growing Closer With God and With One Another."
In just a few short weeks, Christians around the world will again be remembering a moment that lends validity to their faith, when the Easter resurrection is again celebrated in churches.
It is said that “prayer changes things.” Christians fervently believe prayer can indeed do that as their direct means of communicating and expressing themselves to God.
It won’t be long before a teenage tradition is held once again. It’s prom night, when young men and women get dressed in their finest and enjoy a special celebration of nearing the end of the high school phase of their lives.
Sunday is set to be a big day in the life of a Southaven church, a church already opening its doors to those who have not encountered Christ before but which will officially open new physical doors to continue its mission to DeSoto County and beyond.
The nonprofit "Peace of Thread" organization is an outreach effort to women of the refugee community in the Mid-South to enable them to earn a living and improve their quality of life and the lives of their families.
Trained as a civil engineer, Cecil Sowell has now dedicated his life to engineering doorways and support to young men and women athletes in their ongoing faith of God, or their introduction to the Christian faith.
Christ was born to save and to serve, with Christmas being the time God’s promise to give us a way to be saved was fulfilled through Christ’s birth, life, ministry, death and resurrection.