The killing of a Ferguson, Mo., teenager and the riots that followed can teach Christ-followers and churches a few lessons, a church planter and a suburban pastor believe.
Sometimes, God will allow the disruptions to remind us that we are not in charge. If things always go our way, we never learn patience. If our human-contrived security is enough, we never learn to trust God.
Take it from me.
Technology is a major part of today's changing culture, even as people age. Pew Research reports that at the turn of the century, 14 percent of individuals 65 and older went online. Last year that number climbed to 59 percent, with 74 percent of those
What is happening to Christianity in the United Kingdom is heading to the United States, one British theologian believes. And U.S. Christians can benefit from the lessons the English have learned as they continue to struggle with changes in a post-Christian world.
WASHINGTON (ABP) – Two American church-state experts say Friday’s British royal wedding holds lessons about why the marriage of church and state is a bad one.
On the same day that directors and other friends of Associated Baptist Press commemorated the news service's 20th anniversary, a Baptist editor resigned his post amid threats to defund the newspaper he has served for three years.
The coincidence of the North
By Jennifer Harris Word&Way News Writer “Our trip to Kenya was a call from the wild,” Tom Shoemaker, member of Cornerstone Baptist Church, Lee’s Summit, said. “And I answered it.” Shoemaker joined with 11 others from five churches across the state to participate in
By Vicki Brown, Word&Way Associate EditorHannibal — Although "I'm Gonna Sing" was the theme of this year's Booster Banquet at Hannibal-LaGrange College, the hundreds who turned out for the annual event on Nov. 17 only heard one song from an unexpected guest — Guy Penrod.Internationally