The Jan. 26 death of retired NBA star Kobe Bryant touched off a wave of public mourning that transcended social class and grieved many who aren’t sports fans. And that came as no surprise to Chanequa Walker-Barnes, associate professor of…
Globally, young adult Christians are concerned primarily with corruption, extreme poverty and racism, according to recent research by Barna. Those of no faith, the Christian research group found, identified global climate change, pollution and then corruption as top concerns. But…
“Your calling is so personal. Your calling is between you and God. It becomes who you are. For those of us in ministry a long time it’s completely intertwined with our being.”
“We are humbled to be the caretakers of such a remarkable legacy at Baylor.”
“What we share in status updates and how we talk to other people – what we rejoice over and what we lament – says something about what we believe about God.”
“I would like to be teaching, preaching, and ministering wherever it is that God leads, whether that be in a congregational setting, academia, or elsewhere.”
Lack of knowledge about how to behave in church has reached a level sufficient to have experts offering suggestions to mourners on how to act – and more importantly, not act – when attending memorials and funerals.
A paper by two sociologists explores the little-studied link between religiosity and pets.
“There is a rich legacy of progressive Baptists doing things in here in Sumter County.”