Rebecca Charles had tried everything she could to help her daughter. “Early on, she had struggles,” she said of Julia, who has autism and many
A little girl with a fighting spirit. A mom who didn’t give up. A God who didn’t work an instant miracle, but continues to work.
Death is literally in the air. I opened the veranda door of my apartment in Delhi this week and realized the sky was grey and
Sandy was first diagnosed with cancer in 2017. A fear of the unknown was among her toughest battles in those early days, she said. Church
Thirty miles of rural Missouri separate the two churches, and so much else. One is mostly white; the other hosts services in five languages for
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey has extended the state’s current public health order, with no changes, until Jan. 22, 2021. During a Dec. 9 press conference,
By Lindy Grief Davidson University of South Florida In homes across the U.S., families increasingly know someone who has been sick or hospitalized with COVID-19.