The death of revivalism in Baptist life? (Part 1)

Revivalism as a movement is on the verge of death.  So argue Baptist historians Bill Leonard and Loyd Allen in a recent issue of “Baptist History and Heritage,” as reported in the Associate Baptist Press. Revivalism, which inspired growth in Protestant denominations throughout America, may not be dead yet; but, in the words of LoydContinue reading “The death of revivalism in Baptist life? (Part 1)”

Caregivers: Burdened and blessed, and how to move on (part 3)

Beth McLeod, caregiver and author of “Caregiving: A Journey of Love, Loss, and Renewal,” once noted, “In a culture defined by short attentions spans and sound bites, family caregiving demands investment for the long term, often an abrogation of dreams and a wholesale reconstruction of the future, one slow brick at a time.” In otherContinue reading “Caregivers: Burdened and blessed, and how to move on (part 3)”