FIRST-PERSON: What will be our response?
There were a million adventures awaiting my family when we moved to England in 2009. The first was to attend church at All Souls Church in London, the church theologian John Stott led for decades.
FIRST-PERSON: The ‘ugly cry’ of college goodbyes
FRANKLIN, Tenn. (BP) – My daughter just left for college, and I’ve mysteriously developed “ugly cry” syndrome. A friend tells me the correlation is not coincidental.
Simone Biles y un testimonio incendiado
FRANKLIN, Tenn. (BP) – La gimnasta olímpica Simone Biles desencadenó una tormenta en los medios sociales cuando se retiró en la primera semana de competencia olímpica, y aparentemente su retirada provocó un fuego que ha incendiado los testimonios cristianos de todo Estados Unidos.
FIRST-PERSON: Simone Biles and a torched witness
FRANKLIN, Tenn. (BP) – Olympic gymnast Simone Biles set off a social media firestorm when she withdrew from the first week of Olympic competition, and apparently her withdrawal sparked a wildfire that’s torched Christian witnesses across America.
Razor wire & steel door give way to layman’s heart
DANDRIDGE, Tenn. (BP) -- It is a familiar routine. First there is the sound of an obnoxious buzzer, then the sudden firing of a heavy deadbolt that unlocks the gray steel door separating freedom from incarceration. The closing slam reverberates down the gray cinderblock hall sending an authoritative reminder that freedom is not an option.