A pastor held up his Bible before the congregation. It was in tatters, full of holes. In seminary he and some classmates had gone through his Bible and underlined every passage that dealt with justice, poverty, wealth, and oppression. Then, with a pair of scissors, they cut out every verse dealing with those topics. When they finished, his Bible was in shambles. Continue reading The Role of the Church in the Community
by Melissa Howell
Daddy, why do you have a broken old brick on this shelf?” my son asked on a family garage-cleaning day in early spring. “It’s got stuff in the middle of it, and this side is black. Is it from the olden days? Are you gonna build something with it?” Continue reading Bricks and Stones
by Richard Bauman
Having forgiveness in your heart and being a forgiving person are premiere Christian concepts, but it’s a lot easier to talk forgiveness than to practice it. Continue reading Talking Forgiveness. Practicing Forgiveness.
This summer, National Camps for the Blind will host seven camps across the US, including one in Colorado, Florida, Maine, and Wisconsin. (See the full list below.) Continue reading National Camps for Blind Children: Summer Camps 2016
The Christian Record Annual Day of Giving, Saturday, April 9, is a day of giving back and a day of “paying it forward” to people who are blind in your community. Continue reading Christian Record Annual Day of Giving is Saturday, April 9