K. Ralph Devereaux recalls the preaching (and more particularly, the food) of the Camp Meeting Days from his Methodist boyhood.
A poignant memoir from Charlton Walters Hillis about our fragile and fleeting lives and those loved ones “passed” and “past.”
A short story by Becky Swope set in the South during the dark days of WWII. It’s about church, community and the role of duty to one’s country and family.
An account by Chris Roberts which deals with God’s grace, the gift of helping others, and second chances.
Billie Martin Dean Buckles recalls a Maundy Thursday service from a few years ago that made an impact on her life.
Ron Burch’s reflection on his journey of faith and the guidance of his “theologian” grandmother.
Charlton Hillis reviews Edward Feser’s book.
Sometimes the journey of life provides the best insights to being a guide to others on their own journey.
The continuing story of a former major league baseball player/coach and his walk of faith.
Charlton Walters Hillis ponders the difference between artists and The Artist.
A short story about superstition and acceptance by Chuck Holmes, set in the mid-20th Century South.
Charlton Hillis’ take on Heaven and humility.
A look at photographer Michael Belk’s journey to create a collection of modern-day pictorial parables.
Charlton Hillis talks about the constant struggle of emptiness vs. faith.
Lisa Love talks about Merle Temple, his life, books, trials and triumphs.
Dr. Diane Howard interviews Caleb Holloway, the real-life survivor of the explosion of the Deepwater Horizon, which caused the worst oil spill in U.S. waters.
Dr. Diane Howard interviews some people who are making a difference in Africa.
Chuck Holmes’ Easter Program from several years ago…as relevant today as it was then.
Tim Ulner reflects on a the celebration of Christmas…on the other side of the world.
Dr. Diane Howard talks about an exciting new way to stream online Christian content.
A retreat in the north Georgia mountains serves as the backdrop for an amazing example of grace and forgiveness.