Unplug and Tune In to Life

Written by Kimberly Gleason on . Posted in Local

unplug “No! That’s not how you do it!” yelled one of my children. “You’re not the boss of me. I can do it however I want!” responded another. I could tell that their rising pitches were going to quickly lead to meltdown and hair pulling. Not a great place for a knockdown, drag-out fight in the confines of our pop-up trailer. I’d like to say that they were arguing over how best to structure a game of pirates and booty, using the campground as the landscape for their imaginations, when in reality they were fighting over how to play a video game.

When Adventure Comes Calling

Written by Kimberly Gleason on . Posted in Local

raccoon“You can’t be serious. Are you crazy?” my husband asked. I don’t know. Was I? I couldn’t help that my maternal instincts kicked in. Sure, we already have five, four still home—rambunctious and noisy as ever. But I was having a mommy moment. Those beautiful dark eyes beckoned me. The way she grunted. Her squirmy self. My husband waited. Surely, I couldn’t be serious. Don’t we have enough going on in our chaotic household? With kids, two cats, and two degus, do we also need a raccoon?

Singer-Songwriter "Unfolds" New Chapters

Written by Terry DeBoer on . Posted in Local

Chapman    Over the last several years singer-songwriter Steven Curtis Chapman has traveled a number of new pathways.
     “There are several newer chapters in our lives and I think this new music was a chance to share part of our journey,” said Chapman, 51, from his home office in Franklin, Tenn.

Baker Publishing Group Celebrates 75 Years

Written by Ann Byle on . Posted in Local

Baker Book House            Grand Rapids-based Baker Publishing Group is celebrating its 75th anniversary in April, a major milestone for the family-owned business that began with a small bookstore on Wealthy Street and is now one of the best-known Christian book publishers.

God's Not Dead

Written by WMCN Editor on . Posted in Local

godisnotdeadRecently WMCN had the privilege of attending an advance screening of the movie, “God’s Not Dead”. The film asks the question “How far would you go…to defend your belief in God?

The movie’s website describes it best:

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