Every day, I walk a fine line between servant leadership and people pleasing. Some days, I get it right. Other days, I can’t even see the line.
The hearing room in the basement of the Missouri Capitol building swelled beyond capacity with each seat claimed and every spot where someone could stand filled.
Brent Walker can look out his office at the U.S. Capitol and the U.S. Supreme Court building, where he often finds himself heading. He serves as the executive director of the Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty (BJC), making him a key voice for Baptists
Cooperative Baptist Fellowship Heartland leaders conducted business and heard from CBF field personnel in Romania and Haiti during one of several state/regional meetings at the CBF Annual
From the ocean’s depths to the views from space, our world offers beautiful scenes, diversity of life and jaw-dropping sights. At first we could only communicate these
The Western District Court of Appeals in Kansas City, Mo., on July 5 overruled and denied The Missouri Baptist Foundation’s motions for the court to either rehear the Missouri
When reading scripture, two things always surprise me: first, that God keeps offering us grace when we mess up and, second, that God’s way is beyond our expectations.
Interpreters of this section of Jesus’ teachings often divide it into The Two Ways (13-14); The Two Trees, sometimes called Two Kinds of Religious Leaders (15-23); and The Two Houses (24-27). Overall, some name the whole section The Great Invitation, since these verses invite persons
Today's story is not a bedtime tale for little children. No sweet dreams here! It would make an “R” rated movie.
At this time of year, when various weather conditions exist at seemingly opposite ends of the spectrum, homes, businesses and residents in some parts of the U.S. deal with contrasting natural disasters. News from the western edge of American right now focuses on wildfires —