by Steve Van Winkle
Pastor of Fellowship Baptist Church, Bozeman, MT

I had a professor in seminary who draped his wrist in the ubiquitous rubber bracelet used to signify an array of causes and commitments in our society these days. [click to continue…]

by Keith Bassham

As far as I can tell, the first time we encounter the word love in the Bible is in the story we call The Sacrifice of Isaac, and it describes Abraham’s affection for his son Isaac. [click to continue…]

by Mike Randall
Former editor of the Baptist Bible Tribune (1995-2002)

The claims and teachings of Christianity are based on evidences and events that actually occurred. This concept is illustrated in the beautiful story of the birth of Christ. [click to continue…]

by Rosanne Bowman, Lima, OH

This article appeared in The Lima News, October 15, 2014, and is reprinted by permission. Copyright 2014 The Lima News.

According to statistics gathered by Maranatha Life, an international ministry to pastors and Christian leaders, around 1,500 pastors leave the ministry every year. [click to continue…]

by Charles Lyons

“As a young man, with a well-earned street name of Satan, James Anderson said he could pull the trigger, drop his victim’s body at the edge of town, stop to eat chicken and potato salad on the way home, and never think about it again,” writes Mark Brown in the Chicago Sun Times. [click to continue…]