“The soul speaks its truth only under quiet, inviting, and trustworthy conditions.”
-Parker J. Palmer
There’s a battle most days. How loud should the music be? Depending on the day, one child
What lies beyond forgiveness?
On Sunday, we looked at what’s commonly known as the Lord’s Prayer. A portion of this prayer that Jesus gave to us seeks forgiveness.
“And forgive us our
There is an old Hasidic tale that reveals the heart of the eternal question: Who am I?
Rabbi Zusya, when he was an old man, said, “In the coming world, they
If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.
It’s rather simple actually. We are better together. It is also harder together.
I have been blessed by this past weekend’s happenings.
On Saturday, we gathered, 30 plus strong, and we prayed. Walking the halls of Luella Merrett, we prayed for the students that
What a gift, to hear from a fellow baptist sojourner on what it means to be baptist. On Sunday, Drew Herring, Pastor of Adult Education and Outreach of Broadway Baptist
The first time my friend from New Zealand suggested “takeaways” as a dinner option, I can only imagine the look he saw on my face.
“I don’t know what a takeaway
We’ve all encountered bullhorn guy. Maybe you’ve been bullhorn guy. While bullhorn guy’s approach to sharing the message could use some reflection, we must admit, bullhorn guy is motivated.
The following is one pamphlet of the Baptist Myths series. Throughout our preaching series On Being baptist, each week, we will share a myth about baptists, written by baptists.
Baptists and Roman Catholics have