The Power of Superheroes

The gift of an action figure doll, whether it was male or female, was generally inconsequential to the imaginative storylines that developed during the years of boyhood and girlhood.  Despite […]

Around-the-World Holiday Treats

BY LAUREN SEPHTON Candy canes, figgy pudding, peppermint bark, and gingerbread men cookies are just a few of the timeless Christmas sweets that bring every adult back to their childhood […]

The Christ Child

BY JEFFREY H. SYPOLE “For a child has been born for us, a son is given to us; authority rests upon his shoulders; And he is named Wonderful Counselor, Mighty […]

A Conversation about Hanukkah

BY TABATHA RENEGAR It starts before Halloween.  In some crazy instances, it starts before October! Christmas. At retailers, restaurants, auto dealers. Christmas. The traditions, Baby Jesus, Santa, cookies. You can’t […]

My Grace-Full Life: Forgiveness Recap

“Be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, as God in Christ forgave you.” ~ Ephesians 4:32 (ESV) Back in January, I shared that I select a “Word-of-the-Year” each year, […]

A Present for Jesus

They saw the child with his mother Mary. Then they opened their treasure chests and offered him gifts.  ~ Matthew 2:11 Christmas is the big holiday in the month of […]

The Buddy Walk

On October 26th, 2019, the Down Syndrome Association of Greater Winston-Salem (DSAGWS) hosted the 19th-annual Buddy Walk at West Forsyth High School. This event is the largest fundraiser this organization […]

The Nativity’s Message in the 21st Century

Of all the ornaments and decorations, the figurines of Joseph and Mary, and baby Jesus in his manger, may appear the most fragile of them all, regardless of whether your […]

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