Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Jay Stephens: Abilene’s Very Own Johnny Cash

When Jay Stephens sings, it’s impossible for anyone who has ever heard Johnny Cash sing to not do a double take. His voice is...

We’re Looking For an Investigative Journalist

Journalism is incredibly important, especially in an age of so much disinformation. In our journey to become the most comprehensive source of news in...

Betty & June: a Small Store With a Big Heart

Betty & June has set traps to snare every customer who opens the door to the small store. The contemporary boutique downtown has huge,...

Casino Night Fundraiser

Alliance for Women and Children held a fundraiser June 29th at The Grace Museum. Supporters played Craps, Blackjack, Roulette, and Poker while dressed to...

Voices of Faith: When We All Look The Same

Abilene feels like the most religious place I’ve ever lived. I don’t know whether this is because it’s farther toward the American South than...

Voices of Faith: Adoption

I was four when we adopted my sister. I didn’t really understand at the time what the process entailed. I was just excited to...

Unique Abilene: Forrest Harmel

Before Forrest Harmel created his own business, he worked for many other people and did all kinds of jobs. It's been over a year and...

Voices of Faith: Silence

I spent this last week in a hermitage in southeast Texas. If you’d asked me a few years ago whether or not I would...

Voices of Faith: Family

This week I was reminded of family. Not necessarily my own family (though the thoughts certainly came up) but the idea of family in...

Unique Abilene: The Dosa Family

Phil Dosa is a vlogger, photographer, and videographer in Abilene, but soon will be a missionary in Norway. Phil is leaving, with his wife...