Saturday, 03 January 2015 13:24

New Year’s Financial Tips

It’s another new year, and that means it’s time for yet another set of resolutions. But if you’re like most Americans, you’ll probably forget your goals by mid-February. So how can you turn your financial resolutions into reality in 2015?


Published in Dave Ramsey Says
Saturday, 03 January 2015 13:18

Immigrants Among Us

A passage in Zechariah chapter 7 reflects the heart of God and can be helpful to us as we attempt to develop a Biblically-informed position on the topic of immigration:


Published in Bob Crittendon
Saturday, 03 January 2015 13:11

Conversations Full of Grace

I bring you greetings from the staff of The Samaritan Counseling Center in Montgomery.  We are a diverse group of therapists, who work with people to find relief from an array of difficulties.  A large portion of my work encounters stressful relationships plagued with anxiety and frustration from poor communication.

Published in Counselors Corner

Luv, how long have you and Derek been married and what are your fondest memories of your wedding and the days leading up to it?

Published in Articles
Saturday, 03 January 2015 13:04

A Side by Side Marriage

“For this reason a man will leave his father and his mother and be united to his wife, and they shall become one flesh.”(Genesis 2:24)


Would people describe your marriage as a “side by side” marriage or as “two ships passing in the night?”  When people think about one of you, do they think about both of you? 

Saturday, 03 January 2015 13:03

Inspiration for Planning Your 2015 Wedding

Looking back over the last year of weddings, there were beautiful brides and a lot of detailed planning that went into making many wedding days a wonderful success. It is with a grateful heart and a lot of joy I look forward to this next year in weddings. I hope this article will bring some good insight and inspiration for brides (and their moms) planning a wedding in 2015.

Published in Articles
Saturday, 03 January 2015 12:59

Who Knows?

My first real encounter with philosophy came in high school. One of my social studies classes included a section on philosophy, and the teacher began that part of the course by setting a chair on top of his desk and asking us, “Does this chair exist?” You can probably guess how the conversation proceeded from there. Most of us found it obvious that the chair really did exist, and the teacher responded to our confidence with a further question: “How do you know that the chair exists?” We replied: “We can see it and we can touch it; it must exist!” The teacher, in response, pointed out that our senses are not perfectly reliable. He also pointed out the possibility that maybe we were sleeping, having an especially vivid (if rather dull) dream about a chair. After all, things that exist in our dreams often seem utterly real—until we wake up. So what was our basis for believing that we were awake and not asleep? By now, of course, we were knee-deep in one of the classic problems of philosophy: is knowledge ever possible, and if so, how is it obtained?

Published in Matthew Jordan
Saturday, 03 January 2015 12:49

Building a Marriage 101

Often, when caught up in the dizzying, heart-pounding early days of love, it’s hard to imagine feelings could ever change. But events and circumstances challenge even the deepest love and most stable marriage, so it’s important to lay a little ground work before saying “I do.”

Published in Articles
Saturday, 03 January 2015 12:46


Psalm 46:10:“Be still, and know that I am God.”


It’s a new year, a new beginning, a chance to start all over with fitness, personal growth and goals. So what’s on your “to-do” list?

Published in Shine - Kim Hendrix

RRJ: You two have been in each other’s lives for a long time, having grown up together in the same youth group and eventually getting married. What impact has that early Christian instruction, then belief, played in your life and marriage?


Published in Faith @ Work
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