Missions leaders from across the nation proclaimed the good news of Jesus Christ during the 2011 National Woman’s Missionary Union missions celebration and annual meeting in Phoenix.
Musicians Dave and Jess Ray of Tallowood Baptist Church in Houston are donating all proceeds from their latest CD, Music For the Radio, to purchase solar-powered, fixed-tuned handheld radios to enable people in southern Sudan to pick up gospel broadcasts.
Christian ethics applies the gospel to all of life, Bill Pinson told participants at the T.B. Maston Lectures in Christian Ethics April 11-12 at Hardin-Simmons University’s Logsdon Seminary.
A bespectacled teenaged wizard with a lightning-shaped scar on his forehead may not fit most people’s picture of Christ, but Christian pop culture observer Greg Garrett definitely sees the similarities.
Fitness can, literally, be a life-and-death issue for people in underprivileged communities. So a Christian medical ministry in one of
For the Texas-based band MercyMe, "The Generous Mr. Lovewell" is more than just the title of their latest CD. It’s a call to action and a reminder of the need to share the gospel by loving others well.
U2 released its 12th album this year, and while many see the group as a strictly secular phenomenon, what fans connect with is actually the band’s
Many church leaders embraced new media such as Twitter and Facebook long ago as a way to create an online gathering place and promote upcoming events.
When Christians help hungry people, they earn the right to share the gospel — not only with people in need, but also with a skeptical society, Jim Denison told a conference on ethics and evangelism.
By Vicki Brown Word&Way Correspondent Technology has opened new avenues to reach people with the gospel. Many churches, particularly smaller congregations, have shied away from technology, often due to cost. Podcasting may be a cost effective, fun and techno-savvy way for individuals and