Contributing writer Sarah Blackwell explores the many ways family traditions and rituals are an important part of faith formation for children. Traditions and rituals allow us to look back and appreciate what has come before as well as contemplate what our own legacy will be.
Next week, “voting” will finally begin in the 2020 presidential election. I put voting in quote marks because it’s hard to call what happens in Iowa a vote. And having observed in person such, uh, let’s call it “candidate picking,” I also wonder if serves
At 54, Sherman Horton learned his wife was dying a slow death that would rob her of her mind first -- a form of Alzheimer's. As Ellen began to forget the couple's years together and became increasingly afraid of her husband, now a stranger, Horton
December 10, Luke 1:57-66 By Scott Harrison, Pastor, First Baptist Church, Lee's Summit Traditionally people named their offspring after a close relative. Sometimes the father's name itself was given to the son. So of course, Elizabeth and Zechariah were going to name their son