Twe begin our relationship to God. We must consider what God wants from us based upon our new relationship to God through Christ.
Have you noticed that most of Jesus’ conversations were with people on the fringes of society, people regarded as having little value or even as cursed by God?
The Western District Court of Appeals in Kansas City, Mo. — a three-judge panel — ruled May 24 in favor of the Missouri Baptist Convention in their 14-year legal battle over selection
How often have you suddenly come upon a mission opportunity that you did not expect?
Today begins a five-lesson series about people who experienced new life in Christ. Each of these people is outside the common thinking of first century Jewish theology, offering us an opportunity to reexamine our faith in light of their experience.
Paul had been taken into Roman custody for being at the center of a riot in the Jerusalem temple complex (Acts 21:26-22:29). For his own safety, he was taken to Caesarea (23:11-37), where he remained in the custody of the Roman governor Felix for two
In Acts 2 we see the critical connection of the mystical and practical in God’s church.
The cnn.com headline was compelling: “Boy who grew out hair for cancer patients faces stage 4 diagnosis.” And the true story lived up to the headline. A 7-year-old named Vinny Desautel had indeed let his red hair grow long — shoulder-length — with the blessing
On any given Sunday, most Americans do not attend church. Most will, however, show up to work throughout the week. These individuals still experience times of uncertainty,
When the word “chaplain” pops up, many people may think of a pastor serving alongside military soldiers, at a hospital or prison.
Yet, chaplains can be found