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My name is Sheila Avery.  I’m a 48-year-old mom to a son in private school, have a great husband, drive a nice car, and live in an upscale neighborhood. I live a seemingly idyllic life.  I also suffer from a rare genetic, neurological disorder called Primary Dystonia.  It affects my voice and ability to write, type, or text, which is physically painful and can be isolating.   more
Joe Biden wants to take one of the great American success stories of the past several decades and drive it into the ground. more
If Joe Biden loses on Nov. 3, public interest in whether his son Hunter exploited the family name to rake in millions of dollars from foreign donors will likely fade away. more
The Mississippi Legislature has failed repeatedly to take up medical marijuana, but enshrining pot in the state Constitution is not the answer.  more
Three Supreme Court appointees  — possibly two more originalists in a second term — are reason alone to re-elect Donald J. Trump President of the United States. more
Please turn to 2 Timothy 1:12-18. During his ministry, the Apostle Paul had to suffer hardship and trials, and he had to endure many persecutions from the unbelieving world. more
The occasion of these words by Peter and John was a warning from the Jewish authorities not to speak or teach at all in the name of Jesus. The apostles answered: “Whether it is right in the sight of God to listen to you rather than to God, you must judge, for we cannot but speak of what we have seen and heard.” more
Delight yourself in the Lord, and he will give you the desires of your heart. more
I remember when we got the phone call about my husband’s father, Ed, who we call Opa.  more
In fiscal year 2020, which ended on Sept. 30, the U.S. government set some impressive new records. more
Supreme Court Justice Kenny Griffis brought with him to the state’s high court 16 years of experience on the Mississippi Court of Appeals where he served as Chief Judge. more
Supreme Court Justice Josiah Coleman has proven his commitment to the rule of law, the separation of powers, and restraining government overreach and protecting the liberty of citizens.  more
Please turn to 2 Timothy 1:1-7. This is Paul’s last letter. He writes it imprisoned and awaiting his sentence of execution. He is calmly facing the last great crisis of his life, and he leaves a final message for his beloved son in the Lord, Timothy. more
Here Peter is continuing his sermon (at Pentecost) in which he has explained the phenomenon of speaking in tongues. Peter had quoted the prophet Joel first in his explanation. The Holy Spirit was being poured out as Joel had proclaimed. The ability to speak in foreign languages was from the power of God. Those speaking in tongues declared the “mighty works of God (verse 11).” more
Hear, my son, your father’s instruction, and forsake not your mother’s teaching, for they are a graceful garland for your head and pendants for your neck.   more
Serving as your state Representative this past year has been one of the highlights of my life. more
As a regular reader of the Madison County Journal, I have always enjoyed the Editorial Board’s perspective.  However, I found an editorial published in August disappointing. more
Please turn to Titus 3:9-15. In this letter, Paul is drawing attention to two fundamental issues within the context of ministry in these local congregations on the island of Crete. Specifically, this congregation is being pressured by the wo more
We are familiar with the Scripture passages in the gospels about the birth, death, and resurrection of Christ. These texts teach us how God accomplished redemption through the Lord Jesus for sinners. They are wondrous and were prophesied in the Old Testament. more
“Seek the Lord while he may be found; call upon him while he is near; more
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