A response to the Supreme Court’s decision legalizing same-sex marriage throughout the United states of America

by Keith Bassham

First thing. The issue at hand is marriage, its essence and definition, the efforts to upend the traditional model, and our response to those efforts. Keep that in mind as we move forward. [click to continue…]

Reading about the history of the Baptist Bible Fellowship International

by Doug Kutilek

It is tragic when a people, a nation, a civilization, a church, or a religious movement neglects the study of its own history. Such neglect is inevitable when there is a complete or nearly complete failure to record and conserve accounts of that history, with the result that history cannot be studied.  [click to continue…]

by Charles Lyons

More than half of the world’s population today lives in urban areas. By 2050 this will increase to 75 percent.

Cities not only run the world, they color the entire world. You may live in the back hills of West Virginia, or in the middle of nowhere in west Texas, but you live in an urbanized world. [click to continue…]

by Keith Bassham

During our summer hiatus, it was inevitable that we should return to a truckload of issues and news, and hardly any of it can be ignored even if we wanted it so. Politics, entertainment, science, religion, sports, economics, and health are today all so culturally intertwined that the old conversational taboo — religion and politics — no longer makes any sense. [click to continue…]

by Eddie Lyons

Many of us were deeply saddened to hear the recent Supreme Court ruling that redefined marriage. This is more evidence that our culture continues to untether itself from a biblical worldview of life. [click to continue…]