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."
A minister thinks preachers sometimes don't preach on issues for fear of losing their "job."
Minister in Abilene TX says "nothing else compares to the issue of life."
BNc interviewed Brad Harrub about his recent debate over evolution and morality.
Beth Baker of the Maple Hill church in Paducah, Ky., speaks about her autistic son and the struggles they faced.
The Granbury Street congregation in Cleburne, Tex., will sponsor its annual open forum Feb. 27, highlighting the theme, “Politics and Religion” (PDF here). Given the nature of the theme, BNc asked Kevin W. Rhodes, preacher finishing his second master’s degree in Political Science, about the forum.
BNc: What is the purpose of the annual open forum?
Rhodes: Our Open Forum is designed to draw attention to a current problem in the church or an important issue in people’s lives and then to address it in a constructive, edifying manner using the Bible as the guide. Read more