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Sue Livers of Madison, Indiana

Greetings from Madison, Indiana

Residents share info about and express their pride in Georgetown, Madison's historic Black neighborhood that was a active stop on the Underground Railroad.

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Southern cooking expert Brenda Gantt

3 Kitchen Tips from Cooking Sensation Brenda Gantt

The Facebook star, an expert in Southern cooking, offers advice on how to get good results in the kitchen and discusses the role of faith in her own life as a cook.

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Joy of giving

How Giving to Others Makes Us Feel Good

What would happen if we re-framed donating to charity as a joyful activity instead of a moral obligation?

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Chanté Adams and Michael B. Jordan in 'A Journal for Jordan' directed by Denzel Washington

The Remarkable True Story Behind ‘A Journal for Jordan’

Author Dana Canedy on how she knows God was watching the filming of the new movie directed by Denzel Washington. 

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Coping with grief during Covid

How to Cope with Prolonged Grief in the Age of Covid

Recognizing the signs of lingering grief can help you get the support you need.

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5 Ways to Bring Kindness into the New Year

The holidays may be over, but it’s never too late to spread some cheer.

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Positive affirmations

How to Start a Positive Affirmation Practice

The way we speak to ourselves sets the tone for how we show up in the world. Here’s how to make kindness the top priority.

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Martin Luther King waves to supporters August 28, 1963, on the Mall in Washington, DC.

Reflecting on Martin Luther King Jr.’s ‘Beloved Community’

Dr. King’s idea remains visionary, achievable and important for the pursuit of a peaceful, just world.

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Computer glitch

How a Tech Glitch Paved the Way for a Fresh Start

After accidentally deleting a long list of treasured links, something better took its place.

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Thinking hard

Why Doing Things the Hard Way Can Help Power Your Brain

Build “fluid intelligence” to stay more focused and productive.

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The People Who Return Lost Memories

Photo and genealogy enthusiasts are rescuing vintage photographs from thrift stores to reunite them with their original families.

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Edward and Gracie

A Broken Oven, No Electricity and a Spiritual ‘Aha!’ Moment

If there ever was an opportunity to let go and let God, this was it.

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Navigating change in the new year

For a Positive New Year, Re-Frame What ‘Change’ Means

Some changes we make, some are made for us. Find your place in the present moment for a fresh start this year.

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Follow Your Passions in the New Year

Forget New Years’ resolutions in 2022. Instead focus on what brings you joy and purpose.

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