Occasionally in evangelical or broader Protestant life, we hear of a pastor or bishop who has the means to maintain a luxurious lifestyle — and chooses to live that way. Often, he (or she) also has a successful television presence. When a news story
NEW ORLEANS (ABP) – A New Orleans pastor seeking to become the Southern Baptist Convention’s first black president says his election would add credibility to a 1995 resolution that apologized for the denomination’s past support of slavery and segregation.
By Bill Webb Word&Way Editor CHILLICOTHE — When Norman Shands made a vow to God 65 years ago, he couldn’t have imagined that it would thrust him into the center of the civil rights movement in Atlanta. The vow
By Ken Satterfield, Word&Way Advertising and Marketing CoordinatorI heard a pastor once say that the crying of a baby during the worship service is a glorious thing. I agree — it is wonderful to have a child of God of any age in worship. However,