Growing old is not what it used to be. Many of those entering retirement are asking new questions about money, work, time, family, leisure and a life of purpose.
According to Steven Rogelberg, a professor of organizational science, management and psychology at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and author of The Surprising Science of Meetings, there are 55 million meetings a day in the U.S., yet only 20% of leaders receive any
In 1974, Maureen McCauley gave a speech in which she argued that America needed a potent religious symbol, something to rally Christians to rediscover prayer and penance. Her suggestion: the pretzel.
One small but telltale manifestation of the artistry practised by the biblical writers is their fondness for meaningful word play and sound play. Biblical scholars don't pay close attention to the narrative and poetic contexts in which the words occur.
During a public hearing on a proposed bill in Missouri that would require anyone filing a church/state separation lawsuit to use their real names in court documents and public hearings, a lawyer testified that the bill could put individuals in danger.
Missouri State Rep. Hardy Billington, a Baptist who recently said his goal in office was to “stand up for Christian values,” recently filed a bill, HB 728, that would single out adult plaintiffs in cases involving church/state separation to use their real names.
Family members of slain victims and survivors wounded in a 2017 mass shooting at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, filed a consolidated lawsuit Feb. 26 against the national sporting goods retailer Academy Sports + Outdoors, claiming the retailer illegally sold the Ruger AR-556
People in Cuba voted Sunday on whether to make socialism "irrevocable" on the island and establish the Cuban Communist Party officially as the "supreme guiding political force" in the state and society.The government's campaign to promote a "yes" vote in the constitutional referendum has encountered
A tornado smashed into a commercial district in a small Mississippi city and drenching rains fed a rising flood threat. The twister destroyed one church – but a baptism went ahead as scheduled the very next day.
In some ways, the drama surrounding the North Carolina's Ninth District has only just begun. Through his attorney, Mark Harris, who had stepped down as the senior pastor of Charlotte’s First Baptist Church to devote more time to his congressional campaign, said he is unsure