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What would we do without prayer?

By Roger Campbell Ministries Several years ago when both my wife and our daughter-in-law faced surgeries involving biopsies for cancer, we asked friends everywhere to pray for them.  Letters, e-mails…

Just back from another great get-away weekend

Pat Maurer, Review Correspondent We just returned from a long, beautiful weekend at our camper near Roscommon. It was a bit sad since, although we will continue to enjoy our…

Price of EpiPen nothing but greed personified

Price of EpiPen nothing but greed personified

Bring the price of an EpiPen down, and do it now, Mylan. You are a greedy drug company with few moral values, and it is time you change your ways.…

Labor Day – that means fall!

Labor Day – that means fall!

The weatherman may not be saying it, and these sunny warm days we have been having aren’t showing it, but you know that fall is in the air again. Labor…

God Often Works In The Dark

God Often Works In The Dark

The Bible begins with God at work in the dark: “And the earth was without form and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep” (Genesis 1:2). Out…

John and Monica Conyers Renew Vows Two Days Before Divorce Settlement Hearing

John and Monica Conyers Renew Vows Two Days Before Divorce Settlement Hearing

In a surprising twist of events, U.S. Representative John Conyers and former Detroit City Councilwoman Monica Conyers renewed their vows on Saturday, Aug.27. Monica Conyers filed for divorce nearly one…

Your vote doesn’t count

Your vote doesn’t count

Michael Wilcox, Publisher/Editor It’s nearly September and in two months voters will decide who will lead the United States for the next four years. We may choose Clinton, or Trump…

The seasons — and years go by so fast

The seasons — and years go by so fast

Pat Maurer, Review Correspondent It’s finally here. Summer is about over and school begins again here in our area — on Monday! It’s kinda sad for me. It is granddaughter…

The source of joy in tough times

The source of joy in tough times

By Roger Campbell Ministries On May 6, 1934, a young minister in Charlotte, North Carolina, named Vance Havner, devoted his weekly column in the Charlotte Observer to a problem that…

Tornadoes Rip Through Michigan, Cause Severe Damage to Homes, Property

Tornadoes Rip Through Michigan, Cause Severe Damage to Homes, Property

The average size of the American home has nearly tripled over the last 50 years, but unfortunately for those in disaster-prone areas, that means more damage to assess and repair.…