It is human nature to wish that Mother’s Day will be a wonderful day of gratitude and blessing for every mother and every son and daughter. Surely for most, it is that kind of day.
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