Retired maintenance worker Bill Allison of Puxico, Mo., was diagnosed with stage-four leukemia just over two years ago and, being in his 60s, was told his
Nurturing a new tradition, the Dallas Baptist University Athletic Department took part in the Feast of Sharing, hosted by HEB and Central Market. The fifth annual feast fed thousands of people, many of whom were bused to Fair Park from area shelters and community centers.
Hardin-Simmons University student Jacob Allen is in critical condition at Hendrick Medical Center after he was shot in the head and the leg Sept. 7 while working at the Mesquite Square Apartments in Abilene.
ROAKOKE, Va. -- For Shirley Young, finishing the race is part of keeping the faith. At 84, she’s walking in “Run With Grace” to honor a friend who died before she could finish her own races.
Edward Taragon, a Kenyan track athlete at Wayland Baptist University, was crushed when doctors discovered a heart problem that could
Age can influence the career direction a youth minister or campus minister takes. Family transitions may lead to a ministry change, or the minister may