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In 1981, we had only been married a year.  Money was tight.  We were living on love (and chicken pot pies).  One day, just before Christmas, my new beloved brought in a big present that was just for me.  He put it under the tree right away with instructions not to touch it. more
I have reconsidered lately where God's majesty is most clearly seen. Certainly I recognize it in the breathtaking sunsets and brilliant fall colors of Virginia, the snow-capped mountains of Montana, and the magnificent waterfalls of Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming. Scenes of such beauty in nature definitely call for offerings of praise to their Creator. more
IMB missionary Teresa Flora is praising God today for physical and spiritual transformation in the life of a family in Southern Africa. more
NASHVILLE (BP) -- This carol is the creation of two extraordinary artistic talents: English poet Christina Rosetti and German composer Gustav Holst, best known for composing the orchestral suite "The Planets." For me, this melody is the most beautiful of all the Christmas carol melodies. more
NASHVILLE (BP) -- "Joy to the World," one of the nation's most popular carols, is celebrating its 300th anniversary this year. And to celebrate we'll be doing all the verses at our Christmas concerts. more
ELIZABETHTOWN, Ky. (KT) - A well-known Kentucky Baptist pastor is leaving the pastorate to work with the International Mission Board (IMB) in late January. more
OWENSBORO, Ky. (KT) - Pleasant Grove Baptist Church is set to open its fifth house of worship in late January after nearly a year and a half of construction. more
KANSAS CITY— Goal posts, baseball diamonds, hockey sticks and soccer balls. more
At the Sea of Galilee, nearby hotels and resorts fade away. The sound of water lapping against the shore transports you to first-century Israel where you can almost hear Jesus say, not just to Peter, … more
NASHVILLE (BP) -- This is such a beautiful carol. It's one of the most joyful and well-written choruses ever composed. The English version was written in 1862 by James Chadwick, a Roman Catholic bishop in the northeast of England, and is most often sung to the tune of a traditional French carol 'Gloria.' more
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