Expectations were very high by the time Jesus made his appearance as a baby in a Bethlehem stable. The Jews had waited hundreds of years for the coming of Messiah. They were confident that, in short order after his appearing, Jesus would set the
Love for patients and for working with wood led two Jefferson City Medical Group physicians to create a symbol of hope at a new hospital in Jefferson City, Mo.
Pastors and leaders from the American Baptist Churches of Nebraska gathered to learn about establishing a Latino ministry in their churches and communities Nov. 21-22 at Moses Merrill Camp and
Celebrate Christ's coming at every opportunity and commit yourself to the Savior who prompts believers to help reconcile the world to himself.
Two local church pastors are leading their congregations to live out “kingdom culture” as expressed in the Lord’s Prayer — “thy kingdom come, thy will be done on earth as
Each Christmas is a renewed call to embrace God’s kingdom and to seek to do God’s will “on earth as it is in heaven” (Matthew 6:10).
At the end of each year, this column has given the “coveted” Bad Burrito Awards for religious marketing efforts and products. 2014 marks the 10th year of acknowledging those labors best described as head-scratching – much like the middle-of-the-night dreams and great ideas, possibly inspired
The stars of a reality television show shared how God has worked in their lives and family at the 73rd annual Hannibal-LaGrange University Booster Banquet Nov. 21. More than 800 guests heard words of encouragement from Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar, stars of The Learning
Ferguson has much from which to recover. Different from Joplin, Ferguson has the potential to rise from strife in relationships, work through its problems and model a healthy community.
American “nones” — people who claim no religious affiliation — come with a variety of stories.