It hasn't been too many years ago that pastors, Bible study teachers and youth ministers challenged members to be "radical Christians." Those two words are hardly used together these days. But remember, Jesus once preached a radical sermon about relating to God and others. Even
It’s coming. The sun’s daily rise and set prompts the inexorable turn of calendar pages and guarantees it. This Sept. 11 marks 10 years since the day the world stood still as 19 terrorists commandeered four huge jets and flew them into New York
I’ve long thought that the image of God in which we are made is creativity. A request from my 8-year-old caused me to wonder if our fascination with gadgets and technology is keeping us from discovering our creative center.
A proposal that the Missouri Baptist Convention budget Cooperative Program funds to pay attorneys’ fees and court costs in its lawsuits against five institutions has generated a buzz among the state’s Baptists.
By Bill Webb, Word&Way Editor If your church hasn’t yet completed its budget for the upcoming fiscal year, please keep reading. This column has to do with ministers and other church employees. As such, it touches on matters of protection, support, affirmation, respect and a