It’s hard to beat the power of look-‘em-in-the-eyes personal contact for effective communication. However, that’s not always an option in our electronic-saturated culture. I
For the faithful, it was the worst of times, then it was the best of times.
It is amazing that those following Christ, whose first impulse was to hide or flee when he died, became convinced otherwise in the days ahead.
One stitch at a time, the prayer shawl ministry at First Baptist Church of Madison, N.C., has created a network of love and blessing that has touched more than 1,250 people since its modest beginnings six years ago.
ST. LOUIS - "A generation has forgotten" how unions improved conditions for workers in this country, Rudy Pulido believes. But he has not forgotten. And the memory of the union impact on his life recently led him to the collective bargaining table.
By Jenny Pope Buckner International Kevin and Naomi Scantlan of Columbia feel called to international missions. But as integrated technology services analysts at University of Missouri Health Care and church lay leaders, committing to years abroad really isn’t feasible. That’s why