Blossoms of Hope
For believers, the dawn of spring can symbolize much more than the end of a physically cold and dark season.
March Reflections from BCM/D President Glenn Swanson
My prayer is that you will not have one foot in the church and one foot in the world.
February Reflections from BCM/D President Glenn Swanson
We are called to be “salt shakers” and “light makers.”
In the Midst of Challenge: Persevere
Step out of the boat — live, serve to your fullest until your dying breath. Take that step and don’t look down. Keep your eyes on Jesus. He will sustain you.
Number Your Days for Wisdom
As we make our plans for the next twelve months, it is wise to take time to evaluate the driving forces behind our priorities and decisions.
Advent 2021: Love
The event that triggered this time of festive activity was ultimately one of sacrifice.
Advent 2021: Joy
We wait with the certainty that our joy will one day be complete.
Generation Z: In Their Own Words
Often, when you hear an “expert” speak or write about reaching a particular generation, it will inevitably be someone from
Be Brave. You Are Not Alone.
In 2018, I walked through the hardest year of my life. My son, Kaiden, received an autism diagnosis. Six months
Strengthen Yourself in the Lord
By Brian Tubbs Heavy smoke billowed from the smoldering remains of Ziklag as six hundred men wailed in agony. Their
LABOR DAY: More than summer’s end
While Labor Day may conjure good feelings of time off and laid back gatherings with friends and family at the end of summer, it actually is our country's tribute to the American laborer and all that these workers have accomplished.