A state school board in Oklahoma voted Monday to approve the first publicly funded Christian school in the nation, despite a warning from the state’s attorney general that the decision was unconstitutional.
At a very recent Word&Way event, a guest handed me an envelope with what felt like fabric padding inside. It was sealed, so I set it aside until after the event, a retirement luncheon for Word&Way Bookkeeper Margene Neuhart. I should have
NEW ORLEANS (ABP) – A New Orleans pastor seeking to become the Southern Baptist Convention’s first black president says his election would add credibility to a 1995 resolution that apologized for the denomination’s past support of slavery and segregation.
I've always found those innocuous little interviews that ask people to disclose with whom they would most like to share a meal or perhaps spend a day mildly interesting at best. Most respondents dream of meeting a glamorous actor, a top-of-the-charts recording star, a
So exactly what would a great awakening in America look like today? What might be its characteristics? How would it start? What might be its results? Who might be the first to notice it? Our cover package this week is produced by Word&Way’s New Voice
Looking for a way to help members of her youth group use moral discernment, a minister in Holland, Mich., re-read a copy of Charles Sheldon’s In His Steps, a classic story in which the central character frames right and wrong with the
No one who has talked with Southern Baptist Convention president Johnny Hunt can doubt that he is a man who is deeply concerned about dipping baptism figures in the SBC. For the fourth straight year Southern Baptist churches baptized fewer people than the year before.