With November being the month of Thanksgiving, there always seems to be a gratitude or thankfulness challenge that pops up on social media. Columnist Heather Feeler writes about trying a “thank you project.”
With a global pandemic, social unrest, disrupted job markets, and all the other crazy things that continue to happen in our world, Columnist Terrell Carter notes that what’s next is the question we have all been asking.
Columnist Ken Satterfield rounds up helpful resources to help you with voting, with sites giving information on candidate positions, ballot initiatives, campaign finances, polling, fact-checking, and more.
What if God uses a corn maze each fall to remind us how much we need each other? What if God uses the vibrant colors of the fall leaves to show us how to pay attention? What if God uses the brisk air to teach
Russell Jackson writes: The Missouri Baptist Convention’s “procedural” change in Nominating Committee rules is a major shift in substantive policy that should be voted on by the messengers themselves, not done in a back room by the MBC’s Executive Committee.
We live in a society of convenience and comfort that is unlike any society before us anywhere. So, to tell that unvarnished truth often doesn’t fit in with our lives of incredible comfort, affluence, and ease.