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Down Home

Down Home: In the heat, without power

Somewhere down the street, a squirrel got fried. That’s our theory, at least. Fuzzy rodents and electrical transformers don’t mix.

       
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.

       
 
 
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