Scholars agree that Jesus' humanity would include a sense of humor. But just how funny was the Man from Nazareth?
Sitting across from the offering box, He was observing how the crowd tossed money in for the collection. Many of the rich were making large contributions. One poor widow came up and put in two small coins — a measly two cents.
Looking for a way to help members of her youth group use moral discernment, a minister in Holland, Mich., re-read a copy of Charles Sheldon’s In His Steps, a classic story in which the central character frames right and wrong with the
Jesus taught important ethical lessons while dining, Emmanuel McCall told participants at Logsdon School of Theology’s annual Maston Lectures.
ABILENE, Texas º Jesus taught important ethical lessons while dining, Emmanuel McCall told participants at Logsdon School of Theology's annual Maston Lectures.
By Bill Webb Word&Way Editor Our page 1 story in this issue deals with challenges of doing missions — particularly overseas missions — in a world that is certainly complex and often hostile. Hostility may be because a missionary is a cultural or racial
By Bill Webb, Word&Way Editor A local expert on birds noted in an evening news interview a few days ago that the upcoming winter season in Missouri would be tougher than usual for non-migratory birds. Naturally occurring fruits and nuts simply will
December 20, Isaiah 9:2, 6-7 By Don Wideman, Former MBC Executive Director An old adage states, "It is always darkest just before dawn." Israel was going through dark days because of continued disobedience of God's laws and disregard for the covenant He
December 19, Luke 2:16-20 By Randy Curless, Sports Crusaders Illinois Coordinator It was Sunday, Oct. 16, at Minute Maid Park in Houston, Texas. The Houston Astros were one out away from their first-ever trip to the World Series. There were men