Top newsmakers, personal and public, of 2010

Today I think it is appropriate to offer my best-of-religious-newsmakers of 2010.  We start with 10 and work our way down. 10.  This past summer, the Southern Baptist Convention and the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship general assemblies revealed that we truly live in a post-denominational era. In the midst of declining church attendance, both organizations formedContinue reading “Top newsmakers, personal and public, of 2010”

Councilman Joel Burns points BGLT students to a hope-filled future, fights bullying

Several weeks ago, I posted an article that spotlighted the negative repercussions of bullying in the workplace.   We usually think that bullying is mere child’s play.  Unfortunately, in many instances–especially when students and children are involved–bullying can be fatal. In a moving, personal plea, Fort Worth city councilman Joel Burns encourages students who have beenContinue reading “Councilman Joel Burns points BGLT students to a hope-filled future, fights bullying”