Todd E. Brady

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FIRST-PERSON: It starts at home

"I can't draft national policies ... or write enough columns to change anybody's mind," Todd Brady says, "but I can ... teach what is right and good to the boys in my house."

WORLD SERIES: Family before baseball

Washington Nationals pitcher Daniel Hudson did the right thing by missing a playoff game so he could be with his family for the birth of his third daughter, says Todd Brady.

LABOR DAY: More than summer’s end

After the Labor Day weekend, Todd Brady voices encouragement to "wake up the next morning and eagerly go back to work" because it is "a gift from God whereby we may glorify Him."

FIRST-PERSON: Crying in baseball — true masculinity

Todd Brady reflects on the tearful reaction of Cubs outfielder Albert Almora Jr. after hitting a foul ball that struck a young girl in the stands.

FIRST-PERSON: What would Criswell & Hobbs do?

Life-changing lessons from two Baptist legends, W.A. Criswell and Herschel Hobbs, underscore to Todd Brady the importance of "preaching the Gospel, standing for righteousness and calling Southern Baptists to unity in our mission in the process."

FIRST-PERSON: Solving society’s problems, beginning at home

Columnist Todd E. Brady says the solutions to society's problems begin with us -- in our own homes, around our own tables, with our own families.

FIRST-PERSON: The spiritual warfare of family

Columnist Todd Brady says having a godly family is a challenge and part of a Christian parents' spiritual warfare.

FIRST-PERSON: Home for the holidays

JACKSON, Tenn. (BP)--“Oh, there’s no place like home for the holidays. 'Cause no matter how far away you roam, when you pine for the sunshine of a friendly gaze, for the holidays you can’t beat home, sweet home.”

FIRST-PERSON: Connecting biblical & modern worlds

JACKSON, Tenn. (BP)--In the fast-paced world of flashy journalism, thoughtful fans of the television program “Nightline” found themselves frustrated when Ted Koppel announced his departure from ABC last fall.

FIRST-PERSON: A fuzzy line between the church & the world

JACKSON, Tenn. (BP)--Distinguishing between the church and the world is getting harder and harder these days. Although the thought has floated in my mind for some time, my 2-year-old son recently drove its reality home to me.