Each year as Thanksgiving approaches my family is reminded of the death of Dad. It is hard to believe that it has been 25 years since Robert Que Webb, a lifetime resident of my hometown of Mt. Vernon, Ill., died on Nov. 8, 1988.
The phone rang about 9 p.m. in the chapel tent. U.S. Air Force chaplain Maj. Shane Gaster, 48, answered. It was U.S. Army mortuary affairs. A U.S. war casualty would soon be arriving at Baghdad International Airport. It was the 40th call like this in
By Bill Webb Word&Way Editor Visitors to the 147th annual session of the Southern Baptist Convention showed a diversity of opinion that hasn't particularly characterized conventions in recent years. On more than one occasion, some messengers seemed to bristle at the appearance that