A minister's perspective of Comic-Con
July 30, 2010
Christianity Today’s online component featured an interesting article by Tony Kim (pictured), a Irvine, Calif. pastor who is a regular attendee of Comic-Con.
Kim, pastor of Newchurch, has some interesting comments to share about the pop culture convention that draws thousands each year.
Here’s what he... Read More
The Chelsea Clinton wedding: The religion factor
July 30, 2010
News of Chelsea Clinton’s upcoming nuptials in upstate New York is everywhere.
Here’s something to think about: Clinton, daughter of U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and former President Bill Clinton, is a Christian, while her fiance Marc Mezvinsky is... Read More
Oklahoma Baptists' initiative now on iPhone
July 29, 2010
The Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma’s My316 initiative is now available on an iPhone app.
The evangelism campaign, started early this year, encourages Oklahoma’s Southern Baptists to share the gospel and their own faith testimony using a familiar and beloved passage of Scripture, John 3:16... Read More
Columnist discusses "Twilight" positives, negatives
July 26, 2010
The Rev. Chris Gore is a featured guest columnist for the most recent edition of the Baptist Messenger.
The Messenger is the Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma’s official newspaper. Gore, pastor of First Baptist Church of Beggs, discusses the cult phenomenon “Twilight” in his column. ... Read More
July 22 Today's Prayer
July 22, 2010
Thursday, July 22
Give us the strength, Lord, to keep striving to do our best even when we want to quit. Amen.
Proposed mosque near Ground Zero causing concern
July 21, 2010
By now, you might have heard about a proposal to build a mosque and community center called Cordoba House near Ground Zero in New York City.
Some people are expressing their concern about having a mosque in that particular area.
On Faith, the Washington Post’s blog about religion and... Read More