Opinion

On Religion: Rushing into Notre Dame Cathedral to Save What Could Not Be Replaced

As the flames rushed through Notre Dame Cathedral's wooden rafters—each beam cut from an individual oak—a squad of firefighters began a strategic mission. Their leader...

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...

Sheriff East Will be Remembered for Decades to Come

The funeral procession was the longest I've ever seen. I took some pictures, walked to my car in the back part of the North Oxford...

On Religion: Old Fault Lines in the World of Divided Methodism (Part I)

Editor's note: This is Terry Mattingly's first of two columns on cracks inside United Methodism. It was one of those General Conference debates in which...

Opinion: Pandemic Shows Over-regulated, Under-embraced Innovation in MS

By Hunter Estes Mississippi Center for Public Policy As a deadly virus has spread across the nation, many of us have been forced to embrace alternative...

The Pantry Offers Thanks For Successful Empty Bowls Event

Barbara J. Smith Empty Bowls organizer The Pantry Board would like to offer our sincere thanks to all of the wonderful people that supported and volunteered...

Bonnie Brown: Q&A with Ole Miss Sports Productions Retiree, J. Stern

*Editor’s Note: The latest installment in the Ole Miss Retirees features is J. Stern, an Ole Miss Sports Productions retiree. The organization’s mission is to enable...

On Religion: Painful Question for Bishops – Why do Catholic Parishes Keep Dying?

The headlines keep appearing in Catholic newspapers, before the news migrates into the real-estate coverage in mainstream media. The bottom line is the bottom line....

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...

Mitchell: Immigrants Show Very Little Interest in Mississippi

Several candidates this election season chirped about immigration. In Mississippi, this was strange because while legions of foreigners may be coming to America, they’re...