The People’s Home

February 28, 2018 Terrell Manasco 0

In 1916, William Brockman Bankhead bought an orchard for $2500. Unfortunately, he wasn’t interested in growing apples. Bankhead, who within a year would be elected as […]

Heidi Young Batson

February 15, 2018 Terrell Manasco 0

Heidi Young Batson still misses New Orleans. It’s where she lived and worked for over twenty years. “I think I’m still decompressing from living there,” […]

King of Tires

February 9, 2018 78 0

If Jim Short’s life could be likened to a tire, his treads would be nearly worn out. Yet again this morning, Jim lolls in his […]

The Last Ride

February 7, 2018 Terrell Manasco 1

  Edie Hand was twenty-one years old when her brother David was killed in a car accident. “He was my best friend,” Edie says, looking […]

Still Burning

February 3, 2018 Ingrid Hogue 0

  The fire was lit in her hometown of Cordova, brought up by Johnny and Effie Thomas to place her faith in a faithful God. […]