When Pastor David Eldridge prayed Numbers 6:24–26 over our TAB Media Group team last week during our annual staff retreat, I couldn’t help but smile.
My attention focused more on the Full Moon BBQ sandwich in front of me than the initial introductory remarks during the Jan. 30 luncheon at
By Carrie Brown McWhorter Content Editor, The Alabama Baptist The Rehobeth community near Equality in Coosa County is like many areas of Alabama — rural,
In the end, we all desire for our lives to have mattered — that we had value and made a positive difference along the way.
By Carrie Brown McWhorter Content Editor, The Alabama Baptist With Thanksgiving behind us, the attack of the earworms has begun. We’ve all been afflicted. You
You know I’m all about some celebrating. Like Proverbs 17:22 says, “A cheerful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones.”
As I maneuvered the proof copy of last week’s front page around the screen of my phone checking headlines and giving the story about the
Reminders continue to surface that it is in our weakness God demonstrates His strength. When we truly give it all to Him, He will work