Given the circumstances of the time, the Missouri Plan was considered revolutionary. Leaders hoped it could become a model for Baptists in other states. Many hoped that
Word & Way trustees and staff took note of my 20th anniversary as editor with a drop-by reception at First Baptist Church in Jefferson City, Mo., March
February is Black History Month as designated by every American President since 1976. The need is obvious, but I long for the day when we really don’t
How should a church behave when it's seeking a pastor? That's a more complicated question than you might think. Unfortunately, many congregations bungle the process.
Will you pray and fast for the future of our nation on Aug. 6? Gov. Rick Perry has set aside that day for The Response: A Call to Prayer for a Nation in Crisis, a rally at Reliant Stadium in Houston.
Aunt Ida has loved the King James Version of the Bible since she was old enough to hear it read by her Granny, but she knows there comes a time to turn loose of the past.
If we follow Jesus’ example, we extend the circle of love. Not just to the lovely. Not just to the ones who loved us first. Not just to the ones whose bartered affection benefits us.
O.K., Richmond churches, listen up. The city wants some money. Finance committees, brace yourselves for an added expense. Along with families, churches and businesses, cities also are feeling the financial crunch. Perhaps that’s why the city of Richmond has followed the example of Hampton
Here are 10 skills seminaries and churches need to emphasize in the training of ministers.
Aunt Ida finally visits the Holy Land — and learns something about relationships.