Rhonda Harrington Kelley describes Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem in the days before His crucifixion as a call to "Prepare for the Savior," "Proclaim the message of salvation" and "Praise the King of Kings."
Rhonda Harrington Kelley recounts the forgiveness experienced by her father, the late Bob Harrington, after 17 years apart from God, his family and his calling.
News of a grandchild's birth becomes a welcome addition to a women's advisory council meeting, Rhonda Kelley recounts. "A newborn baby, is a perfect reminder of the awesome creative power of God Almighty," Kelley, a seminary professor in women's ministry, writes.
With the purpose of involving Southern Baptist women in all areas of Convention life, the task force has been at work this year conducting a survey and researching resources specifically for women.
What seemed like a typical gathering of women at an Atlanta airport hotel one Friday morning in August took a delightful twist!
The Women’s Ministry Advisory Council will gather and share information about perspectives and strategies women in Southern Baptist churches bring to our common task of reaching our nation and the nations with the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Rhonda Kelley of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary draws spiritual lessons from reflecting on the garment known as Spanx. "If it is worth the effort to improve our physical appearances," she writes, "then it should be even more important to discipline our minds and hearts."
Let’s see if we can learn a spiritual lesson from a personal garment.
Author and teacher Rhonda Kelley underscores a key element in witnessing for her faith: "Keep Jesus on your mind and He will come out of your mouth." Jesus is teaching her that "I am the PERSON in PERSONAL evangelism."
If Jesus is on our minds, He will find a way out of our mouths.