Monthly Archives: January 2011

Pathway Web site numbers skyrocket in January

I would like to thank our readers for making January a record month for The Pathway web site. In January 2010 we had about 4,300 unique visitors to the site. This past January we had more than 13,000 unique visitors. … Continue reading

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A Blizzard Eric Metaxis and Dietrich Bonhoeffer

They just announced on television that Jefferson City is facing the first blizzard in its history. The weather forecasters are calling for a half-inch of ice followed by up to 18 inches of snow with 30 mph winds (white-out conditions), followed … Continue reading

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Missouri abortions declining, national count tops 53 million

We were sold corruption disguised as freedom. To kill a child is murder, but to kill a “fetus” is “a right.“ Now the painful sham of abortion is giving way to truth. And while America may be headed for healing … Continue reading

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Seattle megachurch has tailgate party for Seahawks, mixes prayer and beer

A Seattle church of 4,000 congregants met this morning for church, but unlike anything you and I have probably ever seen. They held a tailgate party to worship and watch the Seattle Seahawks play in the NFL playoffs. That’s right, … Continue reading

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RNC chair publicly thanks Jesus

Conservative Reince Priebus of Wisconsin was elected chairman of the Republican National Committee Friday. But what really caught my attention was how Priebus began his acceptance speech: “I would like to thank God, I want to thank Jesus for this … Continue reading

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MBC Executive Board names Hughes interim, begins search process

JEFFERSON CITY – The Missouri Baptist Convention’s (MBC) Executive Board appointed a subcommittee Jan. 14 to recommend members of an executive director search committee to be elected when the MBC Executive Board meets April 12. The Board also unanimously voted … Continue reading

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Recalling my moment in journalism with AP, TIME magazine photographer Eddie Adams

My journalism career spans more than 30 years and I’ve had the privilege of meeting many interesting people. One of the most fascinating encounters came during my helicopter ride, TIME magazine shoot and subsequent lunch with Pulitzer Prize-winning combat photographer Eddie … Continue reading

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