Many People Struggle with issues of personal safety and security, which can relate to both one's physical and emotional well-being.
The last two articles by Kim Shippey have been most helpful.
Oseola McCarty spent most of her life working as a washerwoman, but she achieved fame when she donated her life savings of $150,000 to fund a scholarship program at the University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg.
A young woman traveling in a country where she didn't speak the language, this writer found herself in serious danger, unable to outwrestle her attacker. In the end, that didn't matter, though, for her safety lay, not in physical strength, but in spiritual conviction.
Petitioning God in prayer needn't feel like whining. It's actually an opportunity to acknowledge God's authority.
JOANIE AND HERB WHITE TALK WITH NEWS EDITOR KIM SHIPPEY Imagine caring for nearly one hundred babies in twenty-one years! That's what the Whites did, and they count themselves richer for having done so.