The Bible offers the key ingredient Christians — laypeople, ministers and church leaders alike — need to help them learn to lean upon one another. Each believer is a necessary and vital part of the body of Christ.
Contemporary Christians have little difficulty relating to the two Christ-followers who unknowingly encountered the risen Christ on the hike from Jerusalem to Emmaus. But often we downplay our own or others' Emmaus Road experiences. Instead, we might do well to seek them. Otherwise, our heart's
To share hope, believers must have hope. "You can't share what you don't have," John Upton reminded attendees at the Churchnet annual gathering April 13-14. Using Mark 6:34-44, the story of Jesus' feeding 5,000 men, the president of the Baptist World Alliance told attendees they
By Jennifer Harris Word&Way News Writer Culture and geography cannot separate the fellowship of believers. Cynthia Holmes, attorney in Clayton and member of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of Missouri Coordinating Council, discovered the similarities between Baptists during a recent trip to China