By Andy Hale “Just one more story,” my kids often say to my wife and me at bedtime. So whether reading one of their favorite books, carving our way through the Harry Potter series, or improvising a funny story, we have always told stories at bedtime with our two daughters. Who doesn’t love a good … Continue reading
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CBF Podcast: Gary Thomas, The Struggle of Redefining Marriage and Gender Roles
By Andy Hale If we are willing to admit it, there are some of us who read quite a few books in the 1990s and early 2000s on relationships, marriage and gender. The theme from most of these books was something along the lines of every man, deep down, is a warrior inside, and every … Continue reading
An Uphill Climb
The following is a reflection from CBF field personnel Laura Foushee, who serves alongside her husband, Carson, and the Japan Baptist Convention in Tokyo. You can learn more about their ministry and support their work at www.cbf.net/foushee. I met Rev. Akinori Taguchi, pastor of the first church that Carson and I served in Kanazawa, at the … Continue reading
Chaos or Community?
By Joshua Scott In 1967 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. wrote the book, Where Do We Go from Here: Chaos or Community? King describes the state of America’s race relations and proposes a unified way forward. I recently reread this book, and King’s work rings ever true. We find ourselves in a world that increasingly … Continue reading