5 Ways Counseling Changed Me

Ben Trueblook, LifeWay Students
February 20 2020

I go to counseling.  It’s a phrase that I never thought I would utter, especially in such a public way, but there it is. For a long time, I bought into the lie that as a pastor it was something I just couldn’t do – that if I needed counseling, it must mean that I was unfit to lead where God had called me to lead... read more


Pastor’s trip to Africa emphasizes priority of prayer

Joel Williams, IMB
February 19 2020

Ten years ago, on a beautiful Sunday morning near the shore of Lake Victoria, I was reminded again of the priority of prayer. I was visiting International Mission Board (IMB) missionaries who focus on planting churches and training church leaders on the many African islands stretching across the north end of Lake Victoria... read more


Forgive? Of course! It's what I do.

Joe McKeever, Baptist Press
February 14 2020

Freely you have received; freely give. (Matthew 10:8) Dr. Watson was complimenting Sherlock Holmes on a brilliant observation no one else had noticed. "Of course," Holmes remarked. "It's what I do... read more


Heart and soul

David Jeremiah, Turning Point
February 13 2020

"Heart and Soul" is a simple love song with lyrics that express what all lovers have felt. The song is full of the lyrics of love: love, adore, madly, gladly, magic, thrilling, willing and on and on. But the key to the meaning of the song, and the meaning of love, is the phrase "heart and soul... read more


How a bone cancer survivor trusted Christ and overcame alcohol abuse

Biblical Recorder Staff
February 12 2020

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5_oHvoHB4CI In a video posted by Biltmore Church in Arden, N.C., Savannah Nair talks about how she survived bone cancer, suffered family tragedy, fell into alcoholism and eventually trusted Christ... read more