O.K., Richmond churches, listen up. The city wants some money. Finance committees, brace yourselves for an added expense. Along with families, churches and businesses, cities also are feeling the financial crunch. Perhaps that’s why the city of Richmond has followed the example of Hampton
SHREVEPORT, La. —A Baptist church’s youth minister is recovering at home from injuries he received July 12 when the bus carrying his youth group to a Georgia camp rolled over on a Mississippi interstate highway, injuring 23 passengers — one fatally. Meanwhile, another passenger
Books reviewed in this issue include Pray Big for Your Child:The Power of Praying God’s Promises for Your Child’s Life by Will Davis Jr. and Baptist Theology: A Four-Century Study by James Leo Garrett Jr.
My wife, Susan, son, Mark, daughter-in-law, Christy, and grandsons Chase, 6, and Caleb, 3, made our way toward the Illinois capitol on July 4, hoping rain would not cause postponement of the traditional Independence Day fireworks.
Reggie Carter doesn’t look like a typical pastor. He sits behind his desk, wearing a black T-shirt and jeans. His Bluetooth cell phone headset rests on his ear, allowing him to quickly respond to calls about the church’s lawn care service.