At Mother’s Day tea, moms share advice on loving and leading their daughters This afternoon, Living By Faith Ministry in Oxford is celebrating with its first mother-daughter tea, presented in conjunction with Kingdom Place Ministries of Anniston. Jackie McClain, co-pastor of Living By Faith with her husband, Bob McClain, has lined up five mother-daughter teams to give presentations.
All it takes is one moment, one experience to change the trajectory of a child’s life. But dreams don’t come cheap, and sometimes it takes a little help and a united community to put a child on the right path.
Rachael Griffin firstname.lastname@example.orgAnniston Star
Apr 06, 2013 | | 10 |
Women in orange and white-striped clothing gather in a small room filled with bunks and tables in the Calhoun County Jail. They smile as Chaplain Richard Green and Anne Bradshaw greet them by name and ask about their day. Some hand letters to the chaplain or ask Bradshaw if she’s spoken to their mother.
Brooke Carbo email@example.comAnniston Star
Mar 29, 2013 | | 11 |
Saturday morning broke cold and wet last week in the town of Wedowee. Rain fell in blinding sheets and temperatures struggled to break 40 degrees as a group gathered in a parking lot off U.S. Highway 431 around 8 a.m.