On the 22nd anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attack, retired chaplain Don Biadog Jr. recalls serving in NYC in the weeks that followed and later in the Middle East as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom.
As we approach the 60th anniversary of the Sept. 15, 1963, bombing that killed four young girls at 16th Street Baptist Church, what have we learned about racial reconciliation and what can churches today do to foster peace and harmony?
“If My People Will Pray,” a global prayer event spearheaded by Alabama Baptist pastor Jacky Connell, is planned for Oct. 1 at churches and other sites throughout the world, including Washington, Jerusalem, the Philippines and Kenya.
In their new book, “Going to School in Gaza: Lessons Learned in Thirty Years of Service in the Middle East,” Alabama Baptists Paul and Harriet Lawrence write about their time living and serving among Palestinians in a difficult time.
When Tony Reynolds heard a young man say he’d never held a fishing rod, Reynolds’ first response was sadness because he knew the simple statement
Pastor Ramón Vielza is helping train church planters in south Alabama with support from the Myers-Mallory State Missions Offering. The Week of Prayer for State Missions is Sept. 10–17.