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  • Dr. Wayne Cornett will run a marathon with his daughter Kirsten to help find a cure for Spinal Muscular Atrophy.

    When Wayne Cornett and his seven-year-old daughter, Kirsten, participate in this year’s Great American River Run Half Marathon, only one of them will be running. Because Kirsten was born with a rare disease called Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA), Cornett will be pushing her in a wheelchair. “She may never be able to run or walk,” […]

  • Harold Hubbard

    I want to share how thankful I am for the scholarship I have received. I have been trying for many years to complete my degree. I was only able to take classes when our finances allowed. I was not sure when I would be able to finish. Being free of the financial burden has permitted […]

  • Share The Gospel, Leave the Results to God

    My friend Satwikaa, a Hindu in India, likes to ask me spiritual questions like “What are demons?”, “How powerful are angels and demons?”, “Who is Satan?”, and others.  I have been answering her questions in accordance with the Bible for months. During that time, I felt like God led me to talk to her about […]

  • Taking the Initiative, a Key to Engaging Evangelism

    In September 2020 on a Saturday, I had decided to catch up with a long-time friend from a few years back in college; His name is Brian. Brian has been laid on my heart for a while to witness to. I wanted him to know about Jesus and what He has done for us.  I […]

  • When a Telemarketer Gets “Televangelized”

     I got a phone call from a telemarketer. He was trying to sell me something. I shyly asked him about salvation. I explained that he needed to be saved. He replied that he did not want to have to follow all those rules. I then explained that God works in you through the Holy Spirit […]

  • In Midst of Pandemic Memphis Area College Keeps Tuition Affordable

    MEMPHIS, TN – As students nationwide grapple with college tuition costs, The College at Mid-America, located in Memphis, TN, has managed to keep its tuition affordable for students while maintaining high academic standards. “Like other institutions of higher education, we have experienced our share of enrollment challenges during the pandemic,” said Dr. Randy Redd, a […]


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