If you’re in a spiritual crisis, you go to your minister or rabbi. If you have psychological concerns, you might seek out a therapist. But what to do if you don’t quite know where you fit into this world and you’re tired of carrying that
Never before in American history has the faith of both presidential candidates been so hotly debated, writes Jim Denison, president of the Denison Forum on Truth and Culture.
When America's first ordained missionaries sailed to India 200 years ago, they kicked off a movement to spread the faith and created America's most potent export—Christianity.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (ABP) – The Southern Baptist Convention’s top public-policy expert says that Christians who still support President Obama are not using their heads.
It’s the right time to bring forward a book that raises Bonhoeffer’s questions of conscience in light of the world’s complicated issues at the turn of the millennium.
ROANOKE RAPIDS, N.C. (ABP) — Tensed like a hungry cat watching a mouse emerge from a hole in the floor I watched the string of numbers on my lottery ticket as Anna Anderson read aloud numbers on the ticket she had just drawn at the
Talk to a child for very long and you will hear a question. Then you will probably hear a follow-up question. And then another. Those little inquiring minds want to know. “Why?” “How?” “I don’t understand; explain that to me.” They are like little
This five-part series by retired pastor and director of missions Wade Paris is designed to assist pastors in helping couples begin Christian marriages. They might also help couples who marry without the benefit of premarital counseling.
By Ken Satterfield Word&Way Just because you come across a worthy cause doesn’t mean it is the best means to give. As with church offerings, we want to know the money or materials we donate will go the furthest. Questions to ask include: