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July 6, 2018

I recently had the good fortune to conduct an email interview with Sister Margaret Kerry, FSB. Sister Margaret is a Pauline Sister and a member of the team at Pauline Books and Media, located 243 King St.

Although I normally convert interviews into Feet in the Vineyard...

August 9, 2017

A native son of Charleston, Justin Hare is a scratch golfer. Good enough to play varsity golf for Duke University — and potentially play on the PGA Tour. His plans, however, began to veer off the rails when his Anglican upbringing took root in high school and God knock...

August 8, 2017

I think most people tend to believe the far ends of the emotion-scale are despair and joy. Black and white; darkness and light.

Of the two, the human soul tends to gravitate to the darkness. Despair is the most accessible and the easiest to feed. As the worries and hard...

July 11, 2017

When walking the pilgrimage across Northern Spain known as El Camino de Santiago, pilgrims grow intimately familiar with Albergues de Pergrinos, “hostels for pilgrims.”

The history of the Albergues stretches back to the Middle Ages, when residents along the way offered...

June 13, 2016

In 1995, Zondervan Publishing launched Bob Buford’s book entitled Half Time, a non-fiction work exploring the idea of using the second half of one’s life to transition from professional success to the something bigger. In the book, the author opines each of us carries...

May 5, 2016

In April of 2014, Shirley Salvo woke from a deep sleep with the words “hunger awareness” on her mind. In the morning she searched the words online and discovered June is Hunger Awareness Month. She knew immediately the dream was a “God Thing.”


Her first step in respond...

April 7, 2016

When Graham Schuyler arrived in Myrtle Beach, it was a bittersweet event.


He and his wife left what he describes as the “perfect ministry,” serving as a high school football chaplain at a huge 5A school and connecting with young people all around Knoxville. The ministr...

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