Children receive disaster relief help, too
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (BP)--While some disaster relief volunteers are busy at the forefront of a crisis, others are assisting behind the scenes, caring for small and vulnerable victims -- children.
Trucker chapel a beacon for Christ at Alabama truck stop
ROBERTSDALE, Ala. (BP)--Along Interstate 10 in south Alabama sits a chapel with a shape, size and design that reveal much about its ministry. Situated at exit 53 at Oasis Travel Center in Robertsdale is a trailer that no longer hauls refrigerated items but now serves as a place for emitting the warmth and light of Jesus Christ. Called Exit 53 Chapel, this trailer is a church for truckers — the first of its kind for Southern Baptists in the state.
98-year-old’s insights yield ‘Prayers of the Heart’
PELL CITY, Ala. (BP)--Eunice and David George Milligan welcome a visitor into their home with the warmth of lives spent well in the Lord. In a decidedly Irish brogue, Milligan tells his wife they should offer “this lady a cup of tea.”
WMU’s WorldCrafts product line benefits artisans & missionaries
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (BP)–Kathie Lee Gifford came under fire because it was said some of her clothing line was produced under questionable circumstances. Human rights issues abound in most any discussion of China. Yet, the government of the United States chooses to grant the country “normal trade relations” status. The problems and concerns of contracting with […]