There is one issue every Christian must grapple with: suffering. Whether wanted or not, suffering will happen in this life. It isn’t something normal people go looking for, but it is a reality.
Colt Booth is the assistant campus minister at Henderson State University (HSU) and his story is why Baptist Collegiate Ministry (BCM) plays such a critical role on the college campus.
As a young adult, I want to encourage those in generations above me: my generation longs for mentorship. We might not initially see the need for discipleship, but young people desire to be encouraged and trained by older people in the faith.
Ouachita Baptist University celebrated 309 graduates from the classes of 2019 and 2020 during its 133rd commencement ceremony on Saturday, Dec. 5.
I am strolling through memory lane again. Last month I wrote about changes that affected the way we do church in the last sixty plus years. In this article, I want to share what has motivated me in my ministry and how that changed through the years.
Seth Haile, a senior at Williams Baptist University (WBU), developed and held a church planting conference on November 10 to fulfill the requirement for his senior project.
“Mrs. Louise,” as the students call her, is 96-years old. Despite her age, she continues to serve in the youth group with joy, eagerness and passion.