by Tiffany Lyons GET IN THE GAME Whether you have a church of 200 or 2,000, your ministry’s impact can be directly related to your volunteer culture. Maintaining a steady flow of new volunteers is […]
by D. J. Mingo People regularly describe me as a missionary counselor. To be sure, we offer biblical counseling to missionaries and national pastors. But when I say I prefer the term coaching, a disconnect […]
A LIGHT IN THE DARKNESS By Jon Konnerup In its early history, Spain was largely populated by the Iberians, Basques, and Celts. The peninsula later came under rule of the Roman Empire. During the early […]
by Charles Lyons Years into white people rallying, conferencing, and writing books promoting racial reconciliation, I was invited to be part of a discussion group sponsored by the world’s leading Christian journal. The conversation was […]
by Doug Kutilek Keep a journal to record your thoughts, life events, ideas, notable quotations, plans, and the like. This will serve you well for review and reflection. And go back from time to time […]
by Randy Harp I will never forget my sixth-grade Little League baseball coach, but not for a good reason. That year, I missed making the travel all-star team by one vote.
by Eddie Lyons As many of you know, we are in the process of updating the BBFI Constitution and By-Laws. A sub-committee was formed during the May 2016 national meeting to examine the current document […]
by Jon Konnerup If you watch any world newscasts, you have to agree humanity is struggling spiritually. In some countries, people wash themselves in a “holy river” — sincerely believing the water will wash away […]