Helping the poor is not an option for Christians. It is a biblical mandate. The Hebrew Scriptures and Jesus make clear God’s people are to care for the poor. There are many fine Christian organizations that seek to do that. Habitat for Humanity and Bread
ST. LOUIS — With 12,000 theatre seats, 12 galleries and museums and more than 1,500 cultural events each year, St. Louis’ Grand Center is an art-lover’s dream. In the heart of the historic downtown neighborhood stands Third Baptist Church, a church dedicated to be
An unbelievable number of books have been written about Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States. In a veritable historical laboratory, his life has been studied and dissected by scholars and the less scholarly, by admirers, detractors and the merely curious.
JEFFERSON CITY — The Missouri Baptist Convention on Feb. 18 asked the Western District Court of Appeals to rehear its appeal of its case against Windermere Baptist Conference Center. On the same day, convention attorneys appealed the appellate court’s Feb. 3 ruling in Windermere’s favor
Chaplain Gary Gilmore never intended to join the military. “My call to chaplaincy was a lot like my call to ministry, one of initial surrender and then being guided to a place of service,” Gilmore said. Gilmore is the Missouri National Guard State Chaplain to
Camdenton — A Camden County judge has delayed ruling on motions to dismiss a Missouri Baptist Convention lawsuit against Windermere Baptist Conference Center and several financial institutions and individuals.
Sometimes it is hard to dismiss facts that come from so-called “common knowledge,” a trusted friend, textbook or something in the news. (Except when it is from a wealthy Nigerian.) With modern technology it is easy to pass along a kernel of knowledge far beyond