FIRST PERSON: Communicating with your valentine
FIRST PERSON: Communicating with your valentine By John Yeats JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (BP) — The longevity of a relationship is
Ready for the “roaring ’20s?”
Ready for the “roaring ’20s?” By Robert Wilson Welcome back to the roaring ’20s! it has taken us 100 years
Crying out to God 
By Gary Glanville Years ago, I heard Dr. Charles Stanley preach on prayer. He shared how he prayed always on
Thankfulness for God’s hidden workings
A Thanksgiving Devotional — “Fourteen Lepers” By Larry Steen The story of the ten lepers healed by Jesus in Luke
FIRST-PERSON: A picture of godly encouragement
FIRST-PERSON: A picture of godly encouragement by Matthew Hall LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP) — If you’ve ever been in the wilderness,
Thankfulness: Antidote for Pride
By John Gauger King M., Mithridates the Great, ruled in northern Turkey from 120 to 63 BC. He worried greatly
FIRST-PERSON: Enter the narrow door
by Susan Lafferty RICHMOND, Va. (BP) — The question lingers through the centuries. Around the world. In religious gatherings. And
Disability, race, and poverty: Is there a connection?
By Tom Stolle Imagine this family: A child with nonverbal autism and other associated disabilities. The child begins violently assaulting
Gay Girl Good God: Jackie Hill Perry Interview
Jackie Hill Perry, a hip-hop artist and poet and now author, from St. Louis, recently opened her heart, sharing some
FATHER’S DAY: Advice from Dad
By Lee Clamp COLUMBIA, S.C. (BP) — “I already know, Dad.” I had my doubts over the confidence that my
FATHER’S DAY: Rise up, O men of God
By Jim Richards GRAPEVINE, Texas (BP) — This Father’s Day is a little more special. Our son is now a
Pastor-To-Pastor: Rick Hancock
Taking the Gospel to the World Again Let’s dance! Pastors, you and I have been to enough wedding receptions to