Opinion

Blog: What You Believe Could Hinder What You Achieve

The new year is upon us. It’s time to act on all of our resolutions and promises to change for the better. The most popular...

On Religion: Vatican Debates about Pachamama Rites Refused to Fade Away

The scene during the Vatican's Christmas concert was simple and even childlike, as a young woman from Latin America instructed participants -- including smiling...

Oxford Mayor Looks Back on 2019, Ahead to 2020

Oxford's Mayor Robyn Tannehill released a State of the City message Friday that remembered the accomplishments and the heartbreaks of 2019 and shared some...

On Religion: Pondering the Work of Mister Rogers, a Pastor

During a dozen years of ministry, the Rev. Ted Giese estimates that he has performed 200 funerals and made 1,000 hospital visits to the...

Blog: New Year, New You: Setting Goals to Become Healthy & Strong in 2020

The end of the year is fast approaching and now is the time to examine what you want to improve. As we close the chapter...

On Religion: News from China, with Ties to the Legacy of Baptist Hero Lottie...

The news reports shocked Christians worldwide, as Chinese police units demolished the giant Golden Lampstand Church in Shanxi Province early in 2018. It was just...

Op-ed: Does Your Company’s ‘Good’ Insurance Actually Cover Mental Healthcare?

By Billy Young CEO of Right Track Medical Group info@righttrackmedical.com This fall, a federal judge in Jackson ruled that Mississippi is not providing community mental-health services that...

Op-ed: Let Innovation Happen in Mississippi

By Brett Kittredge Director of Marketing and Communications for Mississippi Center for Public Policy kittredge@mspolicy.org Today’s technology has helped usher in what is commonly referred to as...

Blog: Find Your ‘Why’ for Exercising

*Editor's Note: Hottytoddy.com is introducing a new wellness blog by Oxford attorney Amy Pietrowski. In the monthly columns, she will write about health, overall...

On Religion: SBC president gets blunt on sexual abuse. What happens now?

For decades, Southern Baptist leaders rolled their eyes whenever there were headlines about clergy sexual abuse cases. That was -- wink, wink -- a Catholic...