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Watching our tongues

Right or Wrong? Watching our tongues

What are the biblical guidelines for watching our tongues? And how can we balance Christ-like behavior and free speech?

       
Convencion Mesquias

El nuevo comienzo

Para un tiempo como este…Creo firmemente que nuestra convención esta en un momento crucial con nuevos horizontes y oportunidades para alcanzar.

       
Pope Francis

Editorial: Too radical for the flock?

Here’s a nomination for the most interesting question of the month: “Is Francis too radical for the flock?”

       
GoNowMissions Alaska

Alaska: Meet them where they are

Students On Mission: When a water sprinkler interrupts the planned mission activities, love means going with the flow.

       
Russell Moore

Letters: Grateful for ethics interest

(Updated) Regarding the profile on Russell Moore, I rejoice that the Southern Baptist Convention now does have a spokesperson on the vitally important area of Christian ethics.

       
Living Vine

Savannah: Reflection on lessons learned

As I look in the mirror, I recognize God did not make a mistake. I have learned that who I am in Christ is exactly who I am supposed to be.

       
Student blog

South Asia: The Holy Spirit at work during Ramadan

This past week, my friend and I were invited into a Muslim home to break the Ramadan fast for the evening. I was blown away by the interest our hostess showed in the Good News.

       
Failure

2nd Opinion: When giants fall

Dreams and hard work don’t always win the gold. But when giants fall, the earth trembles.

       
South Asia

South Asia: Prayers answered

Jesus has done great things here at Restoration House and continues to move in South Asia. I have been experiencing the love of Jesus, and I know it is because of his love that lives are transformed.

       
empathy

Editorial: Judgment and empathy

Let’s say it up front: A white person doesn’t know what being black feels like. And a man can’t completely understand a woman.

       
Students on Mission

South Asia: Conquering fear

Students On Mission: Honestly, when I arrived in South Asia, many things made me extremely fearful. But I think most the fear that consumed me grew out of feelings of inadequacy concerning my role in South Asia this summer.

       
Go Now Missions

South Asia: God knows the end of the story

Praise God, three more girls decided to follow Jesus as their Lord and Savior.

       

Savannah: A new spiritual high

Several nights ago, five of the missionaries—including me—joined in a special prayer time in which we all prayed out loud at the same time.

       
Go Now Missions

South Asia: The light of Jesus is spreading

One of the girls is ready to leave and begin her life away from Restoration House. The director found a job for her in the city. Pray that she will be strong.

       
2nd Opinion

2nd Opinion: The trout and the jay

The story of the trout and the jay can tell us a lot about what it means to be a church member.

       
 
 
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