Just over a year after introducing the Parson Pantry, Snead State has opened the Parson Closet, which is designed to provide needed clothing free to students for daily wear, interviews or special events.
For those returning from active military service, transitioning back into civilian life can be riddled with challenges. The Church is uniquely equipped to provide resources and solace for these individuals and their families.
“Who are we not to worship Him? That’s what we want to do on this tour and through these songs,” says lead singer Bart Millard of MercyMe, currently part of the “Together Again Tour” with David Crowder.
Orphans and Widows Sunday falls this year on Nov. 12, but helping these special people in our churches and communities shouldn’t be limited to one day a year.
With the upcoming release of their compilation album “Lifesongs: Celebration of the First 20 Years,” Casting Crowns looks back on God’s faithfulness and looks ahead with hope and expectation of what is to come.
Samford University has received a grant of $1.2 million from Lilly Endowment Inc. to help establish The Spirit and Power Project, a new preaching initiative.