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Two-Twelve | May 2010: The Rock

By Bryan Hutson A couple weeks ago I decided it was time to mow the lawn. Mowing the grass is actually something I enjoy. I do a lot of thinking…

Wendy Word + forgiven…Heart for Ministry

By Evie Hawkins Tony and Wendy Word have been involved in Southern Gospel and Christian Country music for the biggest part of their lives. This year has been a tremendous…

Cooking in the House | May 2010

By Jennifer Cote I suspect a growing trend in our busy society is that many of us just don’t feel like there’s time to cook. Even I can feel that…

Everyday Life | May 2010

By Christina Donohue-Williams Hey everyone!!  It’s Christina!!  God is so good!!  Wow!!  I am Blessed beyond measure and I am so grateful to the Lord for giving me the desires…

Every Nation~Great Day Of Service: Show Someone Jesus!

By Dora Pop “Every tribe, every tongue, every nation will bow and confess that Jesus Christ is Lord!” Its hard to believe we are five months into the year 2010.…

Dear Cherise ~ Our Children's Friends

Dear Cherise, My son is 12 and starting to hang out with some kids that I worry about. They just do not seem to have the morals that I am…

Jimmy McMillan: Begin Again in 2010

I am behind on getting my article done this month for several reasons. One of which was my complete inability to come up with a topic. While I was explaining…

Welcome to the “ever changing” SGM Radio website!

August 4, 2010 – Hey all… We’re still working on making the site more accessible. Our new articles for August are coming this week & a more streamlined navigation so…

Cooking in the House

By Jennifer Cote Like a road traveled many times, a new season is here almost before we know it; the holidays seem to come faster and faster. We’re not like…

The New Old Sound of Pemberton and Langley

By Lorraine Walker The style is familiar like a favorite blanket or the smell of apple pie baking in the oven. Comforting and enticing to your senses, it draws you…