A gyrating Salvation Army bellringer fresh off a successful run at Little Caesar’s sidewalk guards the doorway to the Stone
I have come to know Hector Guadalupe through our daughter, first as a cause she believed in and now as
I am grateful that I have served with three wonderful worship leaders over the twenty-seven years at Vestavia Hills Baptist
Jaroslav Pelikan’s marvelous book Jesus Through the Centuries takes a sojourn through the vast and complex history of the interpretations
Holy Week has always been special for me as a Christian and pastor. Frankly, in the church year it always
I confess, I have now been part of a ukelele flash mob, back when mobbing was not a public health
Mark and I are finished with our album. I’ll post the release this week upcoming. One of the songs on
There is plenty of good work to do—beyond the ministries of the church itself, we have a world of opportunity.
Irony contains great truth—that America could be demonstrating its oldest pain so openly on the day celebrating Christian barrier-breaking contains a word from the Lord for us. Deeds, not words.
This is a time of many “firsts.” I suspect this is true of everyone. Our church staff, like all congregations