ARLINGTON, Texas (RNS) — It’s not hard to stay humble when you’re unclogging a toilet.
Or when you’re throwing gopher balls to Miracle League ballplayers swinging for
Paul was certainly an educated scholar and a strong personality, but he also knew about disappointment and danger. Paul knew what it meant to be thrown
NASHVILLE (BP) -- Most churchgoers say the Bible commands them to give. But their tithes don't always go in the offering plate.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (BP) -- Retired Southern Baptist missionary Patricia Stooksbury wanted everyone to know her life's journey. She had it
Most in ministry agree that having family members who share the vocation has been a tremendous help along the way.
(RNS) — A group of Christian college students has released a survey that suggests censorship of student publications is not uncommon at American Christian schools, with student
HANNIBAL, Mo. (BP) -- Robert and Martha Bergen will retire from Hannibal-LaGrange University at the end of this summer after a combined 60 years of service, having taught
You can learn a lot from traveling to other countries. Take Sweden. The folks there would really like for you to visit.
And perhaps the Swedish Tourism Association
Churches throughout the U.S. are dealing with transition. When younger generations of people attend, they typically only attend half as often as everyone else, and they want
Many Christians forget that Easter is not a one-and-done celebration, but rather the beginning of a season called Eastertide, a time that lasts until Pentecost Sunday (this