This edition of A Public Witness revisits how too many American Christians decided to support an unjust war and considers what lessons the American Church can learn two decades later in the hopes of not repeating a sin of such consequence.
Luther's advice was the subject of a lunch-and-learn session hosted Friday on Zoom by Good Shepherd Church, a congregation in suburban Naperville affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
The tax-free housing allowance for ministers remains intact because a federal appeals court in Chicago struck down a challenge to the benefit on Nov. 13. The leaders of the Freedom from Religion Foundation who challenged the constitutionality of the allowance lacked legal standing to
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.
JEFFERSON CITY -- The Future Leadership Foundation Board of Directors, leadership team and other supporters gathered at Hawthorn Bank Trust Services to celebrate the global ministry’s 10th anniversary with a meal and program. They
Missouri Baptists' Deaf Youth Camp celebrated its 30th anniversary recently, with 32 campers at this year's camp. This is the only Bible-based camp for Deaf children and youth in the state. Leaders topped the celebration by honoring Linda Whiggam for her 29 years of service,