Despite the terrible impact of COVID-19 on us, in what ways could the coronavirus change work, families and church for the better? Where are the opportunities and graces?
A wave of immigrants entering the United States presents a particular challenge to Christians who seek to minister among them, the director of missions for a metropolitan association of churches noted.
Can churches retain theological integrity and still find common ground with people who hold differing beliefs?
Would you like to save money and be ready to minister when a need arises?
Teresa Robinson of Climax Springs believes couponing fills the bill -- actually cuts it, often by more than half and allows avid coupon users the ability
While social networking sites are far from private or anonymous, the public nature hasn’t prevented individuals from boldly posting information or photographs they likely wouldn’t share with such a diverse crowd in “real” life, pastors note.
By Jennifer Harris Word&Way News Writer While Scripture advocates taking care of orphans and widows, the church has abdicated that responsibility to the state, some Christian child-advocates insist. “It shortchanges people and the church,” said Robbi Haynes of
By Jennifer Harris Word&Way News Writer Leaders representing The Baptist Home, Baptist General Convention of Missouri and the Missouri Baptist Foundation traveled with retired missionary Harlan Spurgeon to China Aug. 22 - Sept. 6. BGCM executive director Jim Hill, Foundation president James Smith and
By Bill Webb Word&Way Editor The recent burnings of several Alabama Baptist churches called to mind an occasion a few years ago when a couple of young people set a fire at a church construction site in St. Louis. Damage was limited, and the youngsters