The subject was health care reform and the TV camera was rolling as a S.C. man said he had health insurance and he shouldn’t have to pay for other people’s. “It’s not my problem!” he said emphatically.Read More
By Bishop Mary Virginia Taylor. Sometimes it seems as if cell phones have become a necessity of life. This wonderful piece of technology allows us to stay connected to the significant people in our lives.Read More
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By Jessica Brodie. What happens when you experiment with bringing the high-impact training, activity and energy of the first-rate Asbury Hills summer camp to the struggling Camp Providence to serve inner-city kids in Anderson? If you ask counselors, organizers and campers, you get a weeklong recipe for success and fun.
God doesn’t meow like my cat. But He’s still nudging us daily—all day long. A reflection by Advocate Editor Jessica Brodie.