Pontius Pilate asked Jesus, "What is truth?" Centuries later, people from all walks of life are still searching for the truth, and for answers to some of life's most thorny questions like "Does God Love Gay People?" and "Is Porn Wrong?"
Brewton-Parker College recently received a $60,000 endowed scholarship for Christian Studies majors from Maurice and Anne Thomas of Toccoa Falls, reported Norman Winter, vice president for College Advancement.
Every Saturday Arturo Villanueva drives an hour from his home in Eastman to Vienna, where a group of 14 waits. Beginning at 7 p.m., he will teach an introduction class to the New Testament for four hours.
Druidry, the pagan worship that has been practiced on these shores for thousands of years, on Oct. 1 gained recognition by the British government as an official religion after a four-year legal battle.
Most of the trees had already fallen in Joe's front yard by the time I met him. A crew of six to eight Disaster Relief volunteers was taking a break, getting ready to tackle the trees in his back yard.
Life Worth Sharing By Tony Samples, senior pastor, Pickett's Mill Baptist Church, Dallas Published November 18, 2010
Rom. 1:14-17; 9:1-3; 10:1, 14-15; 15:17-20
Bible Studies for Life, Nov 28
I was up until 2:30 a.m. watching the election returns on Nov. 3, not because I thought the results would signal a dramatic change in our lives, but because: (1) I like competition, (2) I was curious, (3) I couldn't go to sleep, and (4) there were some political races that had captured my interest.
The Open Door By J. Robert White, Executive Director GBC Published November 18, 2010
It was George Herbert who penned this memorable line: "O Thou who has given us so much, mercifully grant us one thing more - a grateful heart."
Spontaneous ... By James N. Staubes, pastor, Skidaway Island Baptist Church, Savannah Published November 18, 2010
Two noteworthy topics of interest in recent publications of The Christian Index have been the Great Commission Resurgence and spontaneous baptisms.