Monday, 29 September 2014 10:11

‘We admitted we were powerless’

Lives are changed by listening to the wisdom of people who deal daily with someone who is addicted.

Published in Commentaries

Some watch too much news. Others ignore it altogether. Yet others suggest a balanced approach: praying the news as a way to express compassion for those in strife. 

Published in Faith
Friday, 26 September 2014 06:00

The commandment (most) Baptists break

And it’s not adultery or stealing.

Published in Commentaries
Thursday, 25 September 2014 13:35

‘He Tells Me I Am His Own?’ Maybe …

As numbers of persons distance themselves from the nurture and evangelical witness of the church, now what?

Published in Can I Get a Witness?
Wednesday, 24 September 2014 11:50

Finding God in the in-between times

The waiting game may be stressful, but there’s plenty of grace there.

Published in Commentaries
Thursday, 28 August 2014 12:06

God’s gonna trouble the water

Our lives are haunted by our baptisms.

Published in Commentaries

Entitlement becomes a crutch which hinders us from giving God and our community our best.

Published in Commentaries

Amy and Ben Wright, deacons at First Baptist Church in Wilmington, N.C., are using their performance abilities to advocate for people with developmental and intellectual disabilities. 

Published in People

Promptly replying to emails can be just as missional as working in a soup kitchen, say advocates of a theology of workflow and organization. 

Published in Theology

The biblical practice of hospitality means more than generosity to friends or taking a casserole to a sick neighbor. Those who study the practice say to be spiritually beneficial, there must be a level of discomfort.

Published in Theology
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