Christmas Day started early at the Kediri Baptist Hospital, as at 5 a.m., I went caroling through the halls with some of the nurses. Then there was the usual Christmas
Representatives of the Charitable Giving Coalition, comprised of about 600 nonprofit organizations, descended on Capitol Hill for two days of lobbying Congress. They want to make sure any federal budget deal does not eliminate or change the deductibility of charitable gifts.
Do you ever scratch your head at an advertisement and think, “What were they thinking?” My theory is that many of these ideas were inspired by drowsy people jotting down ideas caused by indigestion in the middle of the night. That’s the idea behind the
“Changing the Valley and getting to the bottom of things…one diaper at a time” is the slogan for Diaper Depot, a ministry of First Baptist Church in Scottsbluff, Neb. Not only is the project helping change the community. It also has broadened the church’s vision.<br
In case you haven't noticed, we're already in the Christmas season. For some, it brings a concern about finances -- stretching an already tight budget or incurring debt to be the kind of friends or relatives we feel we need to be. Christmas gift expectations
Nearly two out of three American adults believe businesses and organizations should be required to provide birth-control coverage in their employee health-care plans, even if it violates the employer’s religious beliefs, according to a recent survey by LifeWay Research.