- Women of Faith
Tammy Schaubhut will speak at Resurrection Life on Tuesday, November 1st at 6 p.m.
Schaubhut is an author, speaker, wife and mother. She has published numerous articles in Life Signs magazine and was a guest colouminist in the Picayune Item. She speaks from the heart through deep life experiences and trials. Her message will touch any woman who is facing challenges in their marriages.
Calling before comfort
By Tracy Traylor/Laurel Leader Call
When our phone rings, we stop and answer it. When God calls, we are to quickly answer and be eager to serve Him, but that is not always how the story goes. We have become so addicted to comfort. In fact, we can get so caught up in our comfort that we fail to even notice that He is calling.
Writer’s Spotlight: Angela Bynum
Special to the Item
My name is Angela Bynum. I am the Children’s Pastor at Resurrection Life Ministries. I have been ministering in Children’s Ministry for over 19 years. I am also a Board Certified Belief Therapist and I provide counseling for children and adults.
First steps in faith
By Taletha Odom/Guest Writer
Martin Luther King, Jr. once said “Faith is taking the first step even when you don't see the whole staircase.”
As history portrays, Martin Luther King, Jr. was a man of great faith. Faith so strong, that he risked his life for his beliefs and died in faith, that one day all men would be equal. His faith is greatly admirable in the world today, but what about those who struggle in having faith, or choose not to have faith at all.
Will your faith stand?
By Jennie Heberg/Guest Columnist
Just imagine you’re a 15 year old living a life that affords you the best your country has to offer.
Your parents have seen to it that you are well established in the best learning facilities available but first and foremost have seen to it that your life is rooted and grounded in a great faith in The One True God, Jehovah. You attend services regularly as a family, there is a habit of prayer in your household and God is sought in every area of your life.
I've been there
By Martha Bannister/Guest Writer
Have you ever been where the willows grow,
down by the creek where the cool waters flow?
I have; I’ve been there.
Have you ever noticed, just laid and watched
how God makes things grow?
I have; I’ve been there.
A group of women at Trinity United Methodist Church have taken the term “Home Mission” quite seriously and sown seeds of kindness into the lives of local school children in Pearl River county.
These women, who requested not to be either named or photographed, have developed close
Oh happy day!
By Lisa G. Smith/Guest Columnist
I woke up this morning having less than a happy day. I was in the midst of spiritual warfare with some heavy duty opponents. I sat glumly in my chair by the window sipping coffee and crying. I was at a choice point. I knew the day had many possibilities, but I had to choose. Was it going to be a happy day or not?
A diagnosis of worthlessness
By Lauren “Kat” Dufrene/Guest Columnist
A righteous anger ...
By Tammy Schaubhut/Guest Columnist
How could this happen? Why didn't he care that I was dying on the inside? These were the questions running through my head as I laid in my empty king sized bed all alone. My husband was gone.
The allure of the world had captured his heart and taken him prisoner unaware.
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