Baptists in Alabama want to know more than what our leaders are doing; we want to know what God is doing in our state, nation and world among His people.
Reigning Heisman Trophy winner and USC quarterback Caleb Williams is the subject of a national conversation begun by a sports reporter’s post on social media. Can we learn anything from this week’s public debate?
Being on the “cutting edge of information” can lead us to take pride in our knowledge and fail to use what we know in the spirit of Ephesians 4:29.
It’s a delicate balance attempting to find the sweet spot of communication, but it’s one that will improve all of our lives, especially in our walk with the Lord, if we continue to work on it.
“Reflecting on my half century, I can see how God has been faithful to place people in my life to help guide me during specific seasons, which assures me He will continue to do the same going forward.” — Jennifer Davis Rash
“When I’m trying to give my opinion on how to handle the situation or solve the problem instead of working to truly understand what he or she is shouldering, then I’m not allowing the person to work through the issue and process it all.”
Leaving our mark fully on the next generation can only happen if we are able to resist the temptation (at least until we have no choice) of letting our world become too small, where every aspect of every day is solely focused on our needs.
Intentional grandparenting is the idea of building in daily, weekly or monthly moments to invest in your grandchildren’s spiritual development. Here are some resources that can help you make the most of that time.