I was at a Baptist meeting a couple of weeks ago, rooming with a former colleague from another state for the two nights I was in Atlanta. Greg told me he had become a fan of the World Cup soccer competition in progress, especially since
What one sees on Loni Sojack's face, after they notice her smile, is the tremendous scar over her left eye. What one doesn't see until they visit with her for just 15 minutes is the healing of a very scarred heart. Now through the grace
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Like innovators of the past who used the printing press, radio and television to spread the gospel, a growing number of Christians today are taking their message to social media such as Facebook, Twitter, blogs, podcasts, YouTube, Flickr and MySpace.
By Charlotte Tubbs INDIANAPOLIS (ABP) —The birthday celebrations that Karen Estle throws each month at an Indianapolis apartment building for people living with HIV/AIDS stick to the basics — a cake, sometimes pie, ice cream, soda and a card and gift bought from a local
By Bryce Chapman Missouri Baptist University Somewhere in the seemingly endless sea of black caps and gowns, a single mother waited to walk across the commencement stage. Cynthia Grochowski’s husband died unexpectedly a month before their youngest son was born. It was that unforeseen tragedy