As Christians look to tackle childhood hunger in the United States, there are two paths leaders view as essential.
As the last bell rings in late May or early June, throngs of schoolkids rush from their school to celebrate the start of summer. More time
Six Baptist leaders from Missouri traveled to Cuba the last week of April to explore partnership possibilities in the eastern part of the island nation.
I smiled when I read the news that long-time Baptist journalist and longer-time friend of the family Bill Webb had decided to retire.
I did not smile
The Apostle Paul wrote the Ephesians to help those young Christians know how to live their lives as a positive influence on fellow believers and unbelievers. In
The celebrations of Mother’s Day and Father’s Day remind us of the responsibilities God has placed on parents to provide for their children. A couple can
Heroes come in many forms, and so do heroes’ farewells. The news carries a photo of an aging Golden Retriever named Bretagne (pronounced “Brittany”), believed to be the last surviving 9/11 Ground Zero search dog. (See story at http://austin.blog.statesman.com/2016/06/07/watch-last-living-911-search-dog-saluted-while-walking-into-texas-vet-office-for-the-last-time/.) The story announced that Bretagne was
Retired Baptist Home President Larry Johnson was repeatedly praised for his devotion, love and compassion during a memorial service May 21 at First Baptist Church in
Our culture seems to have shelved “and” in favor of “or.”
Liberal or conservative. Prolife or pro-choice. Gun rights or gun control. Let’s be honest: Polarization sells
Jericho, Province of Palestine – Our community was rocked today by the news that one of our leading citizens has publicly announced his religious transformation after an encounter with the unorthodox Galilean rabbi, Jesus of Nazareth.