Watching movies is a popular pastime in my family. At family gatherings we always spend one night watching movies. We particularly love watching action/ adventure movies.
I submit that the waiting room of a reproductive endocrinologist's office is one of the most uncomfortable places in the modern world. Not physically uncomfortable, of course.
Long deployments during wars in Afghanistan and Iraq have taken a toll on vets and military families. Some return with physical wounds. Others need different kinds of healing. Some churches are exploring ways to offer comfort to wounded warriors and their families.
The abuse allegations at Penn State seem unthinkable—revered assistant coach and prominent community activist Jerry Sandusky preying on eight children. But such abuses of trust play out across the country over and over again.
Air Force chaplain Kevin Humphrey's last quarterly report to the North American Mission Board's chaplaincy group reads like the script of a Hollywood blockbuster.
Organizers were disappointed in the aggregate turnout for the multi-site New Baptist Covenant II Nov. 17-19. With sites scattered coast to coast, they hoped for even more than the single-venue 2008 total of 15,000 in Atlanta. They now report that this latest version of
The regional meeting of the New Baptist Covenant II hosted by St. Luke Memorial Baptist Church in St. Louis began with a spirited worship service
GREENSBORO, N.C. (ABP) -- With five children to feed after her husband died “Rebecca” faced dreary prospects in Cameroon.
Nurturing a new tradition, the Dallas Baptist University Athletic Department took part in the Feast of Sharing, hosted by HEB and Central Market. The fifth annual feast fed thousands of people, many of whom were bused to Fair Park from area shelters and community centers.
ATLANTA (ABP) – Planners of Nov. 17-19 New Baptist Covenant gatherings were disappointed with attendance but pleased with the diversity and quality of presentations, one of the organizers said Nov. 21.