How We Can Be Ready to Share Our Faith

By , Contributing Writer| May 23rd, 2019|

Helping those in our sphere of influence to know Jesus takes time and persistence, but with the Lord’s help and guidance, it can become a lifestyle. But before it can become a lifestyle, it is important to take simple steps to help us be ready to share our faith with anyone God places in our [...]

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Finding Hope at My Possibilities

By , Copy Editor| May 21st, 2019|

The Inspiration for My Possibilities My son, Kyle, who is an inspiration to me, was not born with a disability. Kyle sustained a traumatic brain injury when he was a baby. And so, on a very ordinary day in 1986, I was involved in a car accident that really caused Kyle to have a traumatic [...]

How We Can Fight Hunger with the North Texas Food Bank

By , Contributing Writer| May 14th, 2019|

As we continue to look at ways Love Does The Unexpected, I felt called to bring attention to the hunger crisis in our area and ways we can fight hunger with a special organization in North Texas. Recently, I volunteered at the North Texas Food Bank in Plano, TX, a local nonprofit organization founded in [...]

Seven Life Lessons We Learn From Mom

By , Copy Editor| May 10th, 2019|

In our lives, there are many lessons we learn from mom. Some of us learn about what to wear and what not to wear. And many of us learn how to believe in ourselves and how to treat others. When we think of what we learn from mom, we might think of our biological mothers, [...]

Giving Generously to Alleviate Hunger

By , Copy Editor| May 3rd, 2019|

The Hunger Crisis in Our Community Living in an affluent area, many of us may not realize how many families and individuals are living in poverty and facing problems such as hunger and food insecurity every day. According to the North Texas Food Bank, hunger is a pervasive problem in the North Texas community. 1 [...]

Giving Generously to Fight Social Injustice

By , Contributing Writer| May 2nd, 2019|

On any given night, nearly half a million people go to bed in jail cells in America without having been convicted of a crime because they cannot afford to pay bail, highlighting a social injustice in our pretrial system. Currently, there are roughly 4,800 people in the Dallas County Jail. 70% of them will sit [...]