In All Things

While she reports on anything from new jobs coming to the area to the impact of devastating floods to the brave fight of a cancer patient, Mary’s focus is always the same — to be a voice for those who do not have one.
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Saddle Up and Soar

When asked, “How does your faith come alive in this program?” Corky, the ‘mother’ of Dream Riders responded, “God is with us in everything, every step we take, choosing every horse, He’s in this place. He lives here.”
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{Not So} Wonder Woman

How many of you remember Wonder Woman? I don’t mean the Superhero of 2017, I mean the original Wonder Woman. She was strong, invincible, beautiful, and she could fly. What makes her my favorite, though, is how she could get into that teeny-tiny Wonder Woman outfit long before the invention of Spanx. Now that’s a super power.
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One Small Box

I have always liked small things... Knowing this about myself helps me make sense of my fondness of one small box. No, I’m not talking about the box of delicious chocolates or the one that holds a fashionable pair of shoes. This one small box is red, green and white, adorned with the words Samaritan’s Purse and Operation Christmas Child.
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Katie Eats: Snack Well and Avoid the ‘Tude

Unhealthy snacks are a constant temptation. You walk by a vending machine. A candy bar catches your eye and your mouth begins to water… You’re at a party intentionally enjoying just one small plate, but before you know if, one turns into two or even three… The kids are always begging for snacks, so why not have one yourself too?
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Life’s Greatest Gain

The most coveted baseball card of all-time is a 1909 Honus Wagner. In 2013, a T206 Wagner card sold at auction for 2.1 million dollars. Unbelievable! How can a single baseball card once included in a pack of cigarettes be more valuable than 16 average-size houses?
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Searching for Truth

How the Closing of a Christian Bookstore Chain Can Challenge the Church… There was hardly a gasp in Christendom when Family Christian Stores decided to close all 240 sets of doors. After battling with solvency for years, the 85-year-old chain filed for bankruptcy in 2015.
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