Monthly Archives: August 2010

Equivocation, President Obama and Christianity

Public opinion polls, like ideas, have consequences. Such is the case with the raging debate over President Obama‚Äôs faith following two polls that show a number of Americans believe Obama to be a Muslim. The president, who has kept his … Continue reading

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GPS award another reason for MBC optimism

I have expressed optimism in the recent past about the future direction of the Missouri Baptist Convention (MBC), so what I am about to share should come as no surprise. The refreshing, able leadership of MBC Executive Director David Tolliver, … Continue reading

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Child hunger in Missouri demands our attention

My sister noticed a child in her kindergarten class listlessly sitting as other children played and participated in projects. He continuously looked down, never looking up at anyone or for anything. She became concerned and took the child aside, gently … Continue reading

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