Known for his kindness and quiet demeanor, Cecil Rash was a dedicated family man with an impeccable work ethic and calm presence. That’s the way
When Jason and I are both home at the same time, I adjust one of the chairs beside the piano constantly. I prefer it angled,
Students at Judson College in Marion returned to classes this week — and I’m guessing the young women breathed in the sights and sounds with
EDITOR’S NOTE — We cherish all of our TAB Tots for sure, but one little guy gripped our hearts beyond what we could have imagined.
I recently flipped back through the 51 issues of The Alabama Baptist published in 2020 and chuckled when I reread the Jan. 2 editorial —
EDITOR’S NOTE — As part of our send-off to TAB Media team member Janet Erwin, I wanted you to hear from her. She has been
Note from Editor Jennifer Davis Rash — So many of you have experienced the life and joy Debbie Campbell brings to everything she does. I’ve
Rod Marshall’s emotional “oh my” response concerned me at first. He stared at the text message on his phone in disbelief for several seconds. But
The older gentleman caught me off guard as I maneuvered through the crowded neighborhood. People walk and jog in the area frequently, so it didn’t
Each of the missionary testimonies shared during last week’s International Mission Board virtual Sending Celebration touched my heart, but one particular story hijacked my senses.