Do we always need to understand a command to really benefit or truly obey it? How does faith in our actions determine obedience in areas such as applying holiness?
First, the Bible is clear that with “all thy getting, get understanding.” That means that we should seek knowledge of God’s ways
Some people claim that while a woman cutting her hair is a “shame,” Scripture does not call it a “sin.” Could you respond?
Writing under the inspiration of the Spirit, Paul says in 1 Cor. 11:6: “For if the woman be not covered, let her also be shorn: but if it
Sixteen-year-old Torri is an outgoing, optimistic, fun-loving young lady with a sweet spirit and a heart for the Lord. Torri’s friends describe her as giggly, supportive and loyal.
Torri enjoys reading, drawing, listening to music and chatting with her friends. She also loves learning about photography and playing volleyball.
She excels in
Johnny arrived at the Mansion a few days ago with a trash bag of mismatched clothes, four books, a football and a very worn-out blanket.
Within a few hours, all of his clothes had been washed and folded neatly in his dresser with many new items added to the mix.
Mansion Sunday, November 6, is a special day, set aside in conjunction with “National Orphan Sunday,” that specifically focuses on Tupelo Children’s Mansion.
While a few of the children at TCM are orphans, in the truest sense, many of them could be referred to as “social orphans,” in that one or
By Stephen Judd
When you support Tupelo Children’s Mansion, you are helping to rescue children like Miriam and Anthony, who were born to a teenage mother who loved the party scene more than she loved her children.
They spent the first few years of their lives in the drug and alcohol-ridden
Tupelo Children’s Mansion is not God’s plan for children. Sounds shocking, but it is true. God never intended for parents to abuse and abandon their children. He intended that children would be loved, cherished, nurtured and raised to follow Him.
But we humans—we don’t always follow God’s plan. So He calls
Ashley spent the first few years of her life living in the home of a single mother who had a serious problem with drug addiction.
After reports of severe neglect and physical abuse, Ashley was removed by the state from her mother’s care and placed with grandparents until last year.
Please join with Erma and me as a sponsor, as we run in the 8th Annual Mansion Fun Run in a few weeks. We will be running with the Mansion kids and staff members in an effort to raise $63,000 for Tupelo Children’s Mansion…a thousand dollars for each year of
It was chilly the day Jeremy arrived. The boy (whom I will call Jeremy) was wedged in the backseat of his aunt’s car surrounded by all his belongings. He looked so little and scared.
When the door of the car was opened, Jeremy refused to look at anyone or move. He
The word goodness is listed in Galatians 5:22 as a fruit of the Spirit and was used in the New Testament to portray a person who is generous, big-hearted and liberal. We would call this person a giver.
According to Acts 10:38, this “goodness” operated mightily in Jesus, as He was anointed
Someone saw a post on Facebook of the photo taken of the Tupelo Children’s Mansion Board of Directors, during it’s annual meeting in Tupelo, and commented, “Wow, that’s a lot of board members!” Yes it is a large board, and it shows the broad support for the Mansion from all