All of us have seasons of life that we view as wasted years. If you do not, hang on. It will happen. We experience these seasons for different reasons. Sometimes we are running from God. Other times we are relying on our own abilities.
Amidst corruption, political backstabbing and a nation reeling to establish itself only a century after its inception, there lies a tale of madness, medicine and murder. United States President James A. Garfield is a genuine rags-to-riches story.
Recent Guy-Perkins graduate Kinsey Watkins was elected as the 2016-17 Arkansas Future Farmers of America State President.
Serving as the third elected president from Faulkner County, Watkins said the position has always been her dream since she became a member.
Angie Longing was recently named the Chief Nursing Officer, Vice-President of Patient Care Services for the Conway Regional Health System. As chief nursing officer, she oversees the patient care provided by more than 600 licensed and unlicensed nursing staff employees.
Deliver Hope, a faith-based nonprofit in Conway, provides mentoring to underserved youth. Through its mentoring program, adults from the community are matched with area youth.
Conway Women’s Health Center offers a plethora of services, all of which are provided with excellence in care, respect and compassion.
Chamber of Commerce professionals representing five Arkansas cities pose for a picture following the Institute for Organization Management’s graduation ceremony in Los Angeles, California. Institute is a four-year professional development program of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation.
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Do you have a “go to” passage of scripture that consistently speaks truth into your life? I remember the day that God gave a “go to” passage to me. I was speaking at a weekend event. On Friday night, I delivered a message about the holiness of God.
It was one of those memorable summer evenings. A dozen women from various walks of life gathered to discuss the latest assignment. Conversation flowed freely as each one offered her assessment. It’s interesting how life experiences shape perspectives.
How many of you out there played an instrument in school? As in, spent hours upon hours in band class, rehearsals, marching practice, at football games and concerts?
When time is tight on hectic weeknights, this 15 minute classic pasta with bread stix will save the day. It’s made with only a handful of ingredients and will sure be a family favorite!
Sometimes it is the perspective of a young person that makes the best stories to tell. Ten-year-old Belle Irby, of Conway, thinks so.
“I like talking to people,” she says. “I like research and learning new stuff.”
Ever wished you could access locally grown produce on a regular basis? Want to make sure it is certified organic? Look no further; SOS Tiny Farm is up and running and can provide both!
An interest in cardio-pulmonary resuscitation that invaded a Conway 10th-graders consciousness has become a lifelong commitment by a lovely young woman to help others live happy and healthy lives.
John Pickett has taken a 5’x15’ plot of his backyard and turned it into a very productive vegetable garden. John said his garden is what is called an intensive planted garden, which allows him to grow more food in a smaller area.
Conway Obstetrics & Gynecology welcomes Dr. Lauren Nolen to its practice. She will begin treating patients on July 18th at the College Avenue location.
In an attempt to take control of his medical condition, a man from Marshall visited Dr. Brian Blair at his practice location at Mayflower Medical Clinic. Encouraged by Dr. Blair, the man in his 40s has begun losing weight and is changing his lifestyle.
When my youngest daughter dislocated her foot from her ankle while jumping on the trampoline one fall afternoon, we hurried to the ER at Conway Regional to get her cared for and see what to do.