Editor Brian Kaylor reflects on the claim that preachers or other Christians should stop being so political. Looking at biblical examples, he argues that living out our faith means being political (but that does not mean one must be partisan).
Not everyone utilizes the Internet, but nearly everybody can appreciate the power of batteries. Here are some tips to help extend the life of the batteries you rely upon to keep electronic devices going.
(ABP) -- In worship this summer we’ve spent our time revisiting some of the basics of faith and practice in our life as a church. Each week we’ve included a ritual of some sort in worship, intended to help us respond to the topic under
Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Edgerton is the first of five churches to complete the Missouri Baptist Foundation's "Power of 5" partnership that helped the congregation establish an endowment for ministry.
By Bill Webb Word&Way Editor You may have the power to reverse the disability of another person or perhaps several people. You may have life-and-death power over individuals you don’t even know. Thoughtful discussions and decisions about potential organ and tissue donation help
By Ken Satterfield Word&Way Advertising and Marketing Coordinator I remember getting the call from a former co-worker: "You better turn on a television, this is bad." Later I recall standing around with the Missouri Baptist Convention staff as the World Trade Center towers collapsed into
By Bill Webb Word&Way Editor Residents of Columbia mourned the death of a young police officer -- Molly Bowden -- earlier this month. She was fired on during a traffic stop on Jan. 10 by a gunman who later took his own life. She