We've all had the experience of trying to recall something -- a name, picture or old book. Whether it's in the back of our mind or on the tip of our tongue, it's maddening trying to make the mental connection to free those memories. Word&Way's
WASHINGTON (ABP) – Abortion and gay rights appear to be decoupling as important dividing lines among Americans when it comes to social issues, according to recent surveys on values, faith and public life.
WASHINGTON (ABP) -- Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan’s questioning before the Senate Judiciary Committee wound down July 1, a day after she faced the only direct questions regarding religious freedom she received during her three-plus days of testimony before the panel.
By Jennifer Harris Word&Way News Writer JEFFERSON CITY — It’s time to “Unplug the Christmas machine,” states a book with the same title by Jo Robinson and Jean Coppock Staeheli. And members of First Baptist Church in Jefferson City are challenged
By Ken SatterfieldWord&Way There are many ways of showing concern for others. Here’s how you can spend a typical day this season without going any further than your keyboard: 6:30 a.m. Rise, shine and share some devotional time at Following the Star. The Flash-driven experience
By Vicki Brown Word&Way Correspondent JEFFERSON CITY — Both sides won a little and lost a little in the continuing five-year legal tangle between the Missouri Baptist Convention and five institutions. Cole County Circuit Court Judge Richard Callahan released a formal order on
By Bill Webb, Word&Way Editor A number of Christian organizations — Baptists among them — are getting behind a House of Representatives initiative known as the Fairness in Farm and Food Policy Amendment. The sponsors include Democrat Ron Kind of Wisconsin and Republican Jeff
By Bill Webb Word&Way Editor This week in Word&Way, we begin a series of articles to help our readers identify and clarify aspects of a conflict that has dragged on for years among Missouri Baptists (see Beyond Rhetoric). We know that projects like this have