Evangelical leaders are increasingly speaking out about mental health issues. Many have begun to open up about their own bouts with depression or a family member’s illness. Last month, The New York Times ran a front page story about pastors breaking the longtime silence around mental illness. The Times’ story led with the account of a pastor receiving an anonymous phone call from a suicidal man.
Daryl Braden, Memphis Athletic Ministries’ New Hope Center director, conducts an afternoon Bible study. Thanks to LifeWay store customers, each child now has his or her own Bible.
While working in a LifeWay Christian store the past two and a half years, Victoria Cano had become used to people coming in and asking questions about faith. But this kind of direct question about how to receive Christ was new.
World Changers student volunteers overcome heat wave to spread the gospel and fix homes in Rock Hill, South Carolina.
Reviews of new group Bible study materials, book signings by leading Christian authors and a screening of a new movie are planned by LifeWay Christian Resources at the June 10-11 Southern Baptist Convention annual meeting in Baltimore.
Josh Turner will be at LifeWay Christian Store in Franklin, Tenn., from 6:15 pm – 7:15 pm, April 22, to sign copies of his first book, Man Stuff: Thoughts on Faith, Family and Fatherhood.
The new online content management system, named twenty:28, offers churches, ministries and nonprofits the ability to build and maintain their Web presence with a website, e-giving and mobile apps.
College students making an impact during Spring Break