"There is no such thing as retirement in relation to God's purposes. One may retire from a job, but never from life, never from ministry," Howard Hendricks, former chair of the Center for Christian Leadership at Dallas Theological Seminary, once said. He
A suspect has been arrested in the death of Southern Baptist worker Cheryll Harvey in Jordan, according to local authorities investigating the attack on the veteran teacher.
While most churchgoers desire to honor Christ with their lives and even profess to think on biblical truths, a recent study found few actually engage in personal reading and study of the Scriptures.
Nearly 200 years after religious zeal prompted Joseph Smith to found a movement called the Latter-day Saints, the once-despised minority “cult” increasingly is going mainstream.
LONDON — “We lit the flame and lit up the world.”
Doug Shaw had to smile a little when London 2012 chairman Lord Coe closed the Olympics with those words Aug. 12.
Because Shaw’s hoping that’s exactly what happened.
Is there such a thing as being too plugged in to your electronic gadgets?
Increasingly, the answer is yes.
Consider that we each receive an average of 400 texts a month; for teens, that number skyrockets
Most Baptist entities these days are challenged not only to be more effective but to be more efficient as they deal with shrinking income, whether they be state or national conventions, regional associations, ministry-specific agencies and organizations or the local church.
Gary Morgan, pastor of Cowboy Church of Ellis County, spoke from his pulpit about the damage sexual abuse can cause. He assured victims if they disclose abuse and seek proper help, "it can get better." Too often, he said, victims of sexual abuse have not