It’s hard to believe now, but when the iPhone came into being in 2007 there was a group of employees at the North American Mission Board (NAMB) in Alpharetta, Ga., who got together regularly over lunch to discuss how to use the revolutionary new device. I was one of those employees from 2002 until 2010, … Continue reading Evernote App Enhances Bible study, Organization
For years I, like many folks, kept handwritten notes in notebooks and three-ring binders. Then came the 1980s and the arrival of the personal computer, which made it easy to store notes in typed form on a hard drive. I soon discovered that as technology advanced and computers changed, many times early file formats were … Continue reading Technology Makes Bible Study a Notetaker’s Dream
Guest column by Caleb Yarbrough ON THE SAME day that Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam shared comments on a radio program, which were widely interpreted to imply the approval of infanticide (Jan. 30), fellow Democrat, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi spoke to attendees of the annual Council for Christian Colleges and Universities conference (CCUC), during which she … Continue reading The Democratic Party and the Question of Late-term Abortion
A number of years ago I realized that I had not taken the time to read through the entire Bible, chapter by chapter, word for word, in my entire life. So I sought to correct that the very next year, pacing myself so I would finish the Bible in its entirety over the course of … Continue reading It’s Time to ‘Deep Dive’ into Scripture in 2020
Guest column by Caleb Yarbrough DURING the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) Annual Meeting held June 11-12 in Birmingham, Ala., messengers approved a resolution “On Critical Race Theory And Intersectionality.” What are these concepts? Where do they come from? And what does it mean that the SBC corporately affirmed them? Resolution 9 states that some evangelicals … Continue reading CRT and Intersectionality: Just Analytical Tools?
When I take on a challenge I’m “all in.” Being “all in” for me means being totally and completely focused and committed to the cause, working hard and doing everything necessary to bring success (1 Cor. 15:58). I have come to realize that sometimes while being “all in” and doing all the physical work of … Continue reading Let’s Be ‘All in’ for Christ in 2020
I don’t know about your household, but Hallmark has quickly become the go-to for our family in recent years because of its family-friendly and values-based content. In fact, during the Christmas season, my wife, daughter, and daughter-in-law carve out significant portions of time to watch the new Christmas movies the Hallmark Channel offers. Contrary to … Continue reading Hallmark Joins Chick-fil-A; Caves to Culture Wars