In the next few days we’ll be hearing and seeing many things in the news about the events of September 11, 2001. There will be many memorial services and times of reflection. I want to reflect for a moment and share with you a quote from Christin Ditchfield. She wrote this in an article for […]
By: Maynard H. Belt State Representative Michigan Association of Regular Baptist Churches We all were on pins and needles recently when the news came of the nine miners who were trapped 240 feet underground for 77 hours, in a Pennsylvania coal-mine. My father, for a brief time as a young boy, worked in the coal […]
By Kenneth L. Pierpont (Ken is my favorite older (only older) brother. He contributes reagulary here. For more of his great writing be sure to check out his site.) Get in your car some evening this week. Get out of town. Let the radio rest in silence for right now. Listen to the sounds of […]
Have you ever tried to memorize scripture? Started out with big plans to memorize say, a chapter a month. Failed miserably after trying for just a week? This method emphasizes finding a workable plan for you, starting with one or two verses a week. The usefulness of this plan is in its simplicity.
“There is a story about four preachers discussing the merits of the various translations of the Bible. One liked the King James Version best because of its beautiful, older, English. Another liked the New American Standard version best because it was closer to the original languages. Still another liked the New International Version because of […]