I look back now and see that it was actually kind of rude of me to dump all of my frustrations on my friend and colleague.
Reflecting on my half century, I can see how God has been faithful to place mentors in my life to help guide me during specific seasons, which assures me He will continue to do the same going forward.
“Even amid difficult business sessions, trustee board members and leaders — such as the SBC Executive Committee’s Carolyn Fountain of Louisiana — frequently showcase the joy of the Lord through lighthearted moments shared with their peers.”
It’s a great time to double check the list of goals we set for the year and see which ones might need some extra attention.
Is it possible the Church as a whole struggles (outside of a crisis) to genuinely, thoroughly and consistently show up for the various communities needing consistent care across the nation and around the world?
Reset, refocus, reboot — no matter what you call it, the start of a new school year provides the perfect time for all of us to regroup.
Ever wonder how the guitarist and drummer know how to play their parts alongside the pianist as you sing along on Sunday mornings? How about
It’s possibly more common than we realize — exaggerating the truth and demonizing the opposition to give our side an edge. Creating a strawman scenario,
Covering SBC annual meetings in person for more than 25 years now, one thing I’ve always noticed is the person attentively and consistently standing near
“Why don’t people go to church? Because they’re dead.” That unsettling quote, shared by author Bob Smietana during a keynote session of the recent Baptist