Have you been let down lately by someone who did something — or was discovered to have done something — that shocked or disappointed you?
The sympathetic words were in reaction to the news that 600 to 800 Southern Baptist overseas missionaries and home office employees would soon lose their jobs as
Have you noticed? The presidential primary battles are going full-tilt. And “tilt” may be one of the best ways to describe how candidates, particularly in crowded partisan
I misspoke in one of my recent sermons. I know. You’re not surprised that a preacher flubbed up. You’re only surprised that said preacher would admit it!
Most students and educators are back in school by now, whether public, religious, home-based or some other school. Pray for all of them
The BWA World Congress shares dozens and dozens of languages and dialects and pray together, study the Bible together and sing the familiar songs of the faith simultaneously
Bullets fired deliberately at close range killed nine African-American members of Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in historic Charleston, S.C., June 17.
An old Sunday School register hangs on the wall in my church office. As much nostalgia as that register generates, many of us are beginning to
The June 18, 2015, issue of the printed Word & Way is the final one in newsprint tabloid format. As it begins its 120th year of service, Word
Fathers draw a lot of pleasure when they see the right decisions, character growth and responsible maturation that come in the lives of their children and they realize