Minnesota writer Dan Mayfield shares a perspective on how a secularistic society runs foul of the boundaries God has set in morals, ethics, and values.
After unhelpful results with online church directories, the church in this large Brazilian city took matters into its own hands.
David Kenney shares six impressions that this servant of God made upon him. The first is, "Never think you have outgrown the Bible."
Sherri Mazur, a 2014 graduate of Faulkner University’s Jones School of Law, was named second-best trial advocate in the nation at Baylor University’s Top Gun Competition, a prestigious invitation-only advocacy tournament.
A student of the World English Institute found information in the very first lesson on the existence of God to be helpful for faith.
Jack Hall asked the Richmond congregation June 8, "Are We a Joyful People?" He pointed hearers away from circumstances, positions, and human relationships, to being in Christ.
The editor shares thoughts about recent stories in Ukraine and Nigeria, as well as God's work through the little people. And a note on site improvements.
Hugh Fulford says, "Unfortunately, there is a great deal of unhappiness, discontent, and lack of meaning in the lives of many people. People endure an existence, but they are not truly living. There is no joy or real purpose in their life. Christ does not want it to be that way."
Charles Box of Alabama shares some important lessons learned on a recent mission trip and how he almost always has to deal with deaths of contacts and brethren.
This wife of a Greene County preacher and elder is a part of the editor's spiritual DNA.
You read the story. Now listen to the man himself tell it, with audio from his lesson.
She was born Sept. 16, 1927, to Walter Carl Cheatham and Allie Cly Francis Cheatham.
She married James E. Sheppard on Sept. 21, 1946. Alice was a teacher, counselor, author and freelance writer. Read more