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Good Grief: A Way through the Holidays after a Loved One Dies
by Eric Whitmore — November 24, 2014
My favorite cartoon to watch is, and will always be, A Charlie Brown Christmas. There is something so poignant and sad, yet celebratory, about the story. On one hand, Charlie Brown works so hard to make Christmas special, and all he ends up with is a small, insignificant tree. On the other hand, the cartoon probably has the most memorable presentation of the Birth of Jesus, delivered by Linus in the school play.
This is the eighth Christmas after the death of my father. As a retired military chaplain, I understand that the holidays are difficult without a loved one next to you. This is even truer if the loved one will never…
Seeking the Word & Will of God
Dr. James C. Denison
President of Center for Informed Faith
A discussion of Biblical Considerations for Women in Ministry
Todd D. Still, Ph.D.,
Associate Professor of Christian Scriptures, Truett Seminary
Baptist Women in the U.S.
A Selected Bibliography from 1970 to 2005
The Ordination of Women
Director of Pastoral Care for Cook Children’s Hospitals
Biblical Basis for Women
Associate Professor of Religion, Baylor University
Dr. Dowd speaks on the biblical basis for women in ministry based on the Pauline tradition.
Biblical Imperatives for Women in Ministry
Dr. George Mason
Senior Pastor of Wilshire Baptist Church, Dallas Texas
Dr. George Mason speaks on a pastoral perspective as to the role of women in ministry in today’s culture.