Some time ago I answered a knock on our door and looked straight into the face of a friend. He said, “I was just passing by and thought I would stop and see you.” It turned out he was there on purpose, not “just passing
Founded in 1819, two years before Missouri became a state, the Little Bonne Femme Baptist Church grounds in Columbia, Mo., connect the 21st century with some of the proudest and darkest periods in the nation’s history.
(WSET) -- Some members of Friendship Baptist Church in Appomattox, Va., led the congregation out of the service in a stance against the pastor over the independent Baptist church's sign that has gone viral.
KHARTOUM, Sudan (BP) -- A new power-sharing agreement to establish civilian rule in Sudan is potentially good news for persecuted Christians there, according to religious liberty watchdog International Christian Concern.
While Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin received much of the attention for their magnificent feat in 1969, their journey to the moon and back would have been impossible without Michael Collins, who remained behind in the command module.
(RNS) — The space program used technology to advance the cause of the human race. We should hold our technology today up to the test of whether it inspires society toward wonder, hope and courage or increases fear and insecurity about our shared future.
(RNS) — Neil Armstrong's words as he first stepped onto the surface of the moon — “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind" — are some of the most memorable in history. But seven months earlier, the astronauts aboard NASA’s first manned
Nathan was a court prophet and John the Baptist a wilderness prophet. One was welcome in the precincts of power. Timothy Dalrymple, president and CEO of Christianity Today wonders "if we have too many court prophets in an era when wilderness prophets are needed" in