By Buddy & Carol Smith
Are camp meetings an irrelevant, American practice from centuries past? Buddy and Carol Smith offer reasons why they are needed now more than ever. They include rest, community cultivation, reorientation toward God, the … Read more
By Tim Kalich
What have Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood and his staff had been doing for the weeks leading up to the U.S. Supreme Court decision that legalized same-sex marriage nationwide? Sitting on their hands?
Ever since … Read more
Just because I am chronically challenged does not mean I am about to give up, give in and roll over. I still have a sane mind and still believe that right is right and wrong is … Read more
I would like to share with you what My Mom and our family has come to love about, Brooklyn Hall, Personal Care Home in Mathiston.
This is “the place” the Lord had prepared for my dear Mother to … Read more
By Austin Bishop
Jesse Hosket clearly understands what is on the line as he enters his sophomore, and last, season of junior college football.
“I have one last year to go out and prove myself,” said Hosket, who … Read more
A wise, old black man walked into the Journal office a couple years back. He didn’t stay long, but what he had to say really stuck with me. I didn’t recognize him at first with his long beard and he … Read more
A thank you
Choctaw County Animal Shelter held a hamburger plate fundraiser on June 19. We raised $1600 in plate sales, silent auction items and donations. Every item used for the fundraiser was donated. The shelter had absolutely no expenses. … Read more
Editorial by Jack Ryan
Enterprise McComb Journal
There is already plenty of criticism of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision that legalized gay marriage across the country. By a 5-4 vote, the justices said the definition of liberty includes marrying any … Read more
“Lightning Strikes Thrice”
In my most recent column, I made mention of the mishaps of life. I had to purchase four new tires and my car overheated. Well, things haven’t improved much since then, but it is what … Read more
By Tim Kalich
When your argument is weak, erect straw men.
That’s what state Sen. Lydia Chassaniol and some other defenders of Mississippi’s state flag did last week when trying to diplomatically explain why they were not in … Read more