Aaron Redwine, what a cool name! My new-found friend with a remarkable life story settled in and got comfortable, kicking off his shoes and crossing his legs underneath himself as he sat in the corner chair of my home office for this article’s interview.
And that’s the reason it is a daily occurrence for there to be a line outside of her classroom in the morning of students, many of whom have already graduated to 4th and 5th grade after being in her class the year or two before, to greet her and give her a hug to start their day, because she IS a difference maker and wants to help others be difference makers too!
The art of neighboring is one that requires a little time, an openness to connect, and a desire to help others experience what we all long for deep inside…belonging. A front porch is a great place to invest, not just in the value of your home, but more importantly, in the value of the lives of those around us.
The motto of Southern Wesleyan University, affectionately referred to as SWU by alumni, faculty, and friends of the university, is “A Quality Education. A Christian Perspective.” Mrs. Dill said, “We approach everything from a Christian viewpoint. That doesn’t mean everything we teach has to have a corresponding Scripture verse, but we hope being on a Christian campus reflects an obvious difference.”
The fingerprints of God’s provision, protection and purpose are all over the life of Chris Bryan. For example, when I felt prompted to contact…
For the past 25 years, Be the Match, operated by the National Marrow Donor Program (NMDP), has managed the largest and most diverse marrow registry in the world with the goal of saving lives every day through transplants.