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Letter From The Editors

(From: Volume 2 - Issue 3)

Hello everyone!

It appears that the cold weather has finally lost its chilly grip on the Upstate. With spring in full swing, we hope that this issue finds you in good shape spiritually, mentally, emotionally, and physically. If you’re not feeling that happy spring in your step, we hope that this issue will be an encouragement to you.

Inside, you’ll find helpful articles on depression and spiritual growth. Ever wonder what the Bible really has to say about alcohol? Click here to find out! You’ll also read about up and coming Americana folk rock band Reckless Mercy, independent pro-life film First Do No Harm, and Rick Thomas, founder of The Counseling Solutions Group. We also take a look at a men’s ministry called The Barn, and there’s a book review of the compelling biography Memoirs of a Miracle Baby by local author Shiela Honbeck Miller.

We are excited about this issue, and we hope you thoroughly enjoy it! Remember that Greenville In One Accord online is where you can read every article we’ve ever published for free. Like us on Facebook and share with your friends. Spreading the word about Greenville In One Accord is not only a blessing to this magazine, but it also furthers our mission to share the gospel and spread the word about all the wonderful ministries in and around our area.

God bless,
David and Beth Lyda

Photo: Beth Lyda enjoying Reckless Mercy at the Greenville Rescue Mission. (David Lyda rocking out behind the camera.)


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