At a time when many churches are cutting back on business meetings and scaling back public communication, can most members find out what they need to know about their church's operations?
Are you cool enough for Abercrombie & Fitch? Chances are, the answer is “No.”
Texas Baptist Men disaster relief volunteers offered comfort to injured people, helped clear debris and provided meals to rescue workers after tornadoes ripped through North Central Texas Wednesday evening, May 15.
Four mission trips to Africa so inspired Hardin-Simmons University graduate Tessa McGinnis that she is returning to launch an economic project that will help fishermen of the Luo Tribe in Kenya.
Carrie Peterson Jones and her husband, Gavin, hoped their son Isaac would be able to grow up with a sibling. They never dreamed when they prayed for a second child God would give them five, but they do not doubt his sovereignty or timing.
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- 'Loving West' recovery projects scheduled for summer
- Honduras mission trip opens eyes of Wayland students
- Editorial: Cheerleaders win, but what about the cause of Christ?
- Payday lending bill seems stuck in House committee
- Desire godly parents? Not most Americans
- Military asked to clarify proselytizing ban
- Church leaders tackle the stigma of mental illness