Finding True Freedom

From The White House to the World

My life has taught me that my faith comes first and defines my life. My faith affects my family and my devotion to my family defines my character. My life has been a quest for spiritual freedom. I value my earthly freedom as my gift from God which enables me to do His will. My spiritual freedom in Christ can never be taken away. I’m heaven bound realizing that only what’s done for Christ will matter forever.

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Reverend Billy Graham will be remembered as a world evangelist who unashamedly preached the gospel to over 215 million people in 185 different countries. Heralded by Christianity Today as “America’s Pastor,” he served as a spiritual advisor to presidents from Harry Truman to George W Bush. His lifestyle of integrity has kept him at the top of Gallup Poll’s Most Admired Men for 61 years. SCH Editor At Large Ginny Dent Brant provides a touching tribute to Billy Graham, who passed away 8 months before of his 100th birthday (1918- February 21, 2018).

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Shealy receives Order of the Palmetto

By Ginny Dent Brant

 Brenda Oliver, Ginny Dent Brant, Gerald Talley, Dr. George Crow, and Ann Akerman with Suzy Shealy (center) Brenda Oliver, Ginny Dent Brant, Gerald Talley, Dr. George Crow, and Ann Akerman with Suzy Shealy (center)

Suzy McCormick Shealy, although bound to a wheelchair and physically unable to speak due to her battle with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease), received the Order of the Palmetto Monday, May 1 from Governor Henry McMaster at the State House. A celebration in her honor was held by her family, friends, and the agencies that nominated her at Northeast Presbyterian Church at 601 Polo Road May 6.

Suzy was nominated for this award by Congressman Joe Wilson; Ann Akerman of both the Ronald McDonald House and the Walker Foundation which serves the children at the South Carolina School for the Deaf and Blind; Brenda Oliver, Culture Arts Specialist at the City of Columbia Parks and Recreation; Dr. George Crow, pastor of Northeast Presbyterian Church; and Gerald Talley, executive director of ALS for South Carolina.

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From the White House to the World – Ginny Brant

Francine Rivers connects what God has taught her through nature in her latest–this time DEVOTIONAL book:

There’s so much more to the cliffhanger national championship college football game that captured the attention of millions on Jan. 9. The Clemson Tigers entered the game as the underdog and defeated the most dominant college football program in a decade, the Alabama Crimson Tide.

The victory began years ago in the towns of Pelham, Ala., and Gainesville, Ga., with two young boys whose lives would feature significant trials and adversity.

In a chapel sermon delivered by former NFL player C.L. “Shep” Shepherd earlier this season, Clemson players and coaches who chose to attend heard a message about adversity. “The best teacher in life is not success, “ he proclaimed. “It’s adversity.”

That message rang loud and clear when Clemson was unexpectedly beaten by the unranked Pittsburgh Panthers. What should have been an easy win for the Tigers became an obstacle that proved to make them stronger.

Coach Dabo Swinney was born to a mother, Carol, who at an early age overcame polio. Her dreams of a family and a stable home quickly diminished when her husband, Ervil Swinney, turned to alcohol to cope with his problems.

Swinney, his mom and brothers were left to fend for themselves. At times they were homeless. Those experiences instilled fierce determination in Swinney to provide for his mother, and to win back his father by making him proud. Click here to read article.