This’ll “Get Your Goat”

by Ronnie McBrayer

My southern grandmother had a saying she used most every day: “Get your goat.” It was one of those wonderful phrases that could be employed in any number of relevant situations.


Priesthood of the Believer

by Carson and Laura Foushee

As a Baptist, I have always been drawn to the concept of the priesthood of the believer in church life. In scripture, we learn how Christ equipped everyday women and men to share his message and do great things in his name, and that we are called to do the same today, no matter our role in modern society.


Thrive: Insisting on Titles – Katie McKown

by Baptist Women in Ministry

Most of us understand it’s impolite to blatantly brag. We might want to do it, but we know culture frowns upon it; however if we’re keen enough we’ll find a way.


Crossroads: Amos – Praying for Others

by Jessica Asbell and Kevin Head

A missionary came to our church when I was a child in the missions program. The missionary told us wonderful stories about his work for God. He told us how he had started a church from a very small group of people.


Formations 11.02.2014: The Next Culture War?

by Darrell Pursiful

For several decades, the term “culture war” has percolated through the consciousness of most informed Americans. According to Alyssa Rosenberg, it began with questions about whether entertainment media should be decent.


Uniform 11.02.2014: If You Build It, God Will Come

by Bonnie Chappell

In the iconic 1989 film, Field of Dreams, Iowa farmer Ray Kinsella is moved by a mysterious voice to plow under most of his cornfield and build a baseball field. “If you build it, he will come,” the voice whispers.

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