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Sep 24, 2019

The TAB News podcast and audio digest is now available on a special cartridge for the visually impaired. The cartridge is the same as those available through the National Library Service for the blind, visually impaired and print disabled. A device to play the cartridges is provided free of charge by the...


Sep 17, 2019

If you have not been touched by Alzheimer’s Disease within your immediate family, you probably have friends or coworkers who are dealing with it. The caregiving role can be relentless especially if the person is trying to continue in his or her career at the same time. 

On this week’s issue of TAB News, co-hosts...


Sep 10, 2019

 

When Chette Williams first thought about stepping into the role of football team chaplain at Auburn University, it didn’t exist as a full-time position. Up until then, local pastors had served in that role as volunteers, but no one was there as a full-time spiritual director for the team. 

But God had plans, it...


Sep 3, 2019

We all have issues in our lives and, if we’re honest, most of us try to push them aside, press on and cope the best we can. That process may work for a while but what happens if we continue to ignore the issues or pretend they don’t exist? Living too long in an unbalanced life leads to mental, physical and...