Contributing writer Sarah Blackwell reflects on knowing and using names as a spiritual practice. Calling people by name can bond us to each other, create community, acknowledge the worth of each person, and share part of our story.
Columnist Sarah Blackwell implores us to pay closer attention to the subtle signs and places around us. When we do this we are more aware of a gentle prodding from above or heed the feeling inside that things are not right. Most importantly, we learn
It’s a good time for people of faith to reflect on how well digital technologies serve faith communities and consider the future of religion, which by definition is that which binds people to one another.
NASHVILLE (BP) -- A LifeWay Research survey sponsored by the Center for Church Revitalization at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary found 3-in-4 Protestant churchgoers say they need other believers to help them to grow in their walk with God
As church planting efforts burgeon and congregations look for new ways to reach their communities, opportunities for ministry outside the building grow. While leaders often are aware of safety issues at church, the same concerns must be examined outside the facility as well.
Some people have already sent their contact information to The Baptist Home corporate office in hopes of being among the first to move into an adult community in mid-Missouri. While plans for the newest TBH campus are moving forward, the first residents still will