Pray Mississippi wants to come to your town

Pray Mississippi is a state-wide movement of prayer and fasting unifying hundreds of churches and tens of thousands of people strategically praying for every young person in the state of Mississippi. Patti Harrington, of FIREFLY Outreach, wants every school and student covered in prayer in all eighty-two counties in Mississippi. Patti joined Rebecca Turner on … Continue reading “Pray Mississippi wants to come to your town”

Mississippi to start a produce prescription program

You’ve heard Hippocrates’ famous quote about letting food be your medicine and your medicine your food. While food shouldn’t take the place of meaningful-medications, there is truth to a diet rich in fruits and vegetables can help prevent the need for certain medications. CDC’s State Indicator Report on Fruits and vegetables, 2018, shows national and … Continue reading “Mississippi to start a produce prescription program”

Learn the basics of coffee roasting in Mississippi

Chances are you wake up to a morning cup of coffee and never think about what went on behind the scenes to bring you a roasted cup of perfection. To the coffee roaster, countless hours of thought and tweaking in the kitchen goes into a quality cup of coffee. Kenneth Thomas, Umble Coffee’s Chief Coffee … Continue reading “Learn the basics of coffee roasting in Mississippi”

Martini, shaken or stirred: What do Mississippi gin makers say?

It’s been dubbed the Great Martini debate, thanks to James Bond. But when you ask the distilling experts, the reality is, as long as you have good gin, and a simple recipe, the rest is up to you. Friends and co-owners of Wonderbird Spirits, Chand Harlow, Rob Forster, and Thomas Alexander offer up martini advice … Continue reading “Martini, shaken or stirred: What do Mississippi gin makers say?”

Mississippi students get an opportunity for excellence

The Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science is Mississippi’s only public residential high school for academically gifted students and is located in Columbus, Mississippi on the campus of the Mississippi University for Women. Since opening it’s doors in 1988 it has been offering students an opportunity for excellence in education and setting the stage for … Continue reading “Mississippi students get an opportunity for excellence”