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.
Seminar speaker sees newly converted mother respond, baptizes his stepfather.
Jeff Jenkins wades into the discussion about quitting preachers and traditional churches.
A student found a Bible course ad in the mud and became that one receptive person.
In this first event ladies heard in-depth studies on the book of Philippians.
Author Michael Whitworth believes that the book of Daniel is a guide for a church in cultural exile.
In spite of many members’ preference and some leaders stepping down, church goes forward with decision to use musical instruments.
Two live programs will be followed by other students and staff of the school.
Christians on the scene provide update on the situation and on needs.
Prayers are needed for Christians who lost homes.
Dallas preacher takes advantage of a wrongly placed call to the church office.
He was 6’9″, but his spiritual stature was greater.
A son of Foy E. Wallace, Jr., died in Texas, after 67 years of ministry.
Randall Morris tells some things he remembers about gospel preacher Perry Cotham.
Editor of Biblical Notes takes on the approach that compromises truth for outreach.