The generation that grew up espousing a simple lifestyle has fallen victim to all the things they tried so hard to avoid. Rather than living circumspectly and enjoying all things - especially food - in moderation, they are struggling with a rise of chronic disease at levels unheard of in the nation's history.
Spinning off the slogan of a well-known credit card's TV ad campaign, "Who's in Your Wallet?" will again be the theme of Soul-Winning Commitment Day, observed throughout the Southern Baptist Convention on Sunday, Oct. 4.
I Corinthians 6:19 teaches that our bodies are the temple of the Holy Spirit and that we do not belong to ourselves. From a quick look around the Bible Belt, most believers are engaged in a massive building program that knows no bounds.
Health Facts If you're over the age of 4, that's not Baby Fat hanging around your middle. Published September 10, 2009
If you're not overweight, chances are you know someone who is.
While NFL coaches, players, and analysts have speculated how Michael Vick will fare in returning to pro football after two years in prison, his closest mentor, former Indianapolis Colts head coach Tony Dungy, said Vick will succeed only through faith in God.
Lists of ordained ministers who are not serving in the pastorate at the present time and full-time evangelists in fellowship with a church in cooperation with the Georgia Baptist Convention will be published in the 2009 Georgia Baptist Convention Annual.
Emir Caner, president of Truett-McConnell College, announced through a statement Aug. 11 the establishment of a center on campus for the purpose of "build[ing] a community of scholars dedicated to providing a conservative Christian voice within the field of science."
A music professor at Southwestern Seminary has opted for early retirement rather than leave a church declared out of fellowship with the Southern Baptist Convention because of openly homosexual members.
Yale University Press will not include infamous illustrations of the Prophet Muhammad in an upcoming book, "Cartoons That Shook the World," which explores a Danish newspaper's controversial decision in 2005 to publish cartoon depictions of Muhammad.
The Evangelical Church in Germany (EKD) is encouraging parishes to commemorate the "peaceful revolution" of 1989 that marked the end of communism in Eastern Europe and prepared the way for the fall of the Berlin Wall.
We live in a culture demanding a constant upward trend in business, sports, and churches. Though we need to evangelize more and work toward an increase, does an increase always mean we are doing right?
When I read certain articles in the newspaper, The Christian Index, and other periodicals I know that God's heart must surely be grieved over the many controversies taking place within the ranks of Southern Baptists.