Features

Mission Moldova

Kelly and Christy Layson uprooted their family, streamlined their possessions and pursued their faith more than 5,000 miles from home. Their efforts to share the Gospel had gone mostly according

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Never Forgotten

The tragic death of former Covington assistant police chief and Newton County school board representative Almond Turner in 2019 left a lasting void in the community he faithfully served for

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Chain Breakers

Atlanta Redemption Ink harnesses the talents of area tattoo artists to summon hope, recovery and transformation for sex trafficking survivors, former gang members and those in the midst of self-harm

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Arts, Education & Innovation

All the Right Notes

Scott Lansburg finds purpose and fulfillment in shaping the next generation of guitarists, pianists and drummers at McKibben Music, a place where faith and tunes intersect. by Gabriel Stovall Scott

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Arts, Education & Innovation

Leading the Dance for Inclusion

The Covington Regional Ballet strives to become a force for change using the language of dance to fully embrace inclusion and diversity in its dancers and dance forms. by KARI

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Living

Good Taste

Greg and Lisa Cavender opened Hot Rod’s Diner in Social Circle a little more than seven years ago despite no experience in the restaurant business. Quality food, strong faith and

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Pathway to Peace

Celebrate Recovery, in its 20th year of existence, continues to offer hope and life change for those suffering from addiction, depression, anxiety, eating disorders and a variety of other maladies often swept aside by society.

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Sobering Perspective

As the first female African American student at Oxford College of Emory University, Ann Slaughter saw the institution as a ‘multicultural academic oasis’ during a time when overt racism was more the norm than the exception.

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