Debby Stephens, a woman of faith and courage, uses her gifts of speaking and encouragement to uplift and inspire audiences to persevere in the midst of pain and loss. Debby, a certified life coach, is active in her community, particularly working with causes benefiting women and higher education. She serves on the board of trustees at her alma mater, Cedarville University. As past president of Cedarville’s Women for Scholarship, she helped plan and execute fundraising events benefitting student scholarships. Debby is also president of the executive committee for the Safe Harbor House in Springfield, Ohio, a transition house that helps give vulnerable women a new beginning.
"The issue is really not if our culture has morals to follow, but what set of morals should our culture follow?" so says Jim Hale in a letter to a Charleston newspaper. Read the article at this LINK.
Hale works for The Christian Resource Center (CRC) in Beckley WV. Presently Hale is teaching a workshop on Monday nights at the CRC covering Christian Philosophy and in particular Christian Epistimology titled "Building a Strong Christian Worldview".
It was a Good Friday for craft retailer Hobby Lobby as the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals announced on Friday it would grant the retailer’s request for the entire court to hear its challenge on the Obamacare abortion mandate. While appeals are usually decided by a three-judge panel, a total of nine judges will hear the Hobby Lobby appeal.
Mary’s Cradle is located at Trinity United Methodist Church in Bluefield, West Virginia. Mary’s Cradle is a ministry of the Bluefield Cooperative Parish which consists of 5 churches: Bland Street United Methodist Church, Grace United Methodist Church, John Stewart United Methodist Church, Thompson Chapel United Methodist Church, and Trinity United Methodist Church.
““I am the good shepherd; I know my sheep and my sheep know me— just as the Father knows me and I know the Father—and I lay down my life for the sheep.”