Four Facts About Human Trafficking in the U.S.

Four Facts About Human Trafficking in the U.S.

Today’s blog was written by Danielle Lambert, a student at Oklahoma Baptist University. Danielle was enrolled in, “Contemporary Issues for Women in Ministry.” In the United States, we have a problem that is swept under the rug more often than it’s...
The Drama of Downton, The Reality of Rape

The Drama of Downton, The Reality of Rape

I jumped on the Downton Abbey fan train during Season Two. It didn’t take long to become engrossed in the drama surrounding the Grantham family. I subtly even got my husband hooked on the show when he started watching Season Three with me. (I finally got tired of...
The Idolization of Speakers

The Idolization of Speakers

For several months, I have struggled with a danger I see among women in our churches. I see it in Facebook posts, tweets and especially in the comment section of many popular blogs. Comments like, “I wish we were best friends” or “Finally, someone I...
How Do You “Serve Like Jesus?”

How Do You “Serve Like Jesus?”

Servant evangelism is not a new term or a new practice. I’ve been around long enough to see the changes of evangelism strategies which have morphed from week-long church revivals, Tuesday night visitation, Evangelism Explosion and FAITH. I think these are still...

What Will You Give So Others May Go?

Last week I spent four days at the International Learning Center–a training center where men, women and children prepare for an assignment with the International Mission Board. I wish every Southern Baptist had this opportunity because I think it would change...
I Believe OKC: We Are Crazy For Our Thunder

I Believe OKC: We Are Crazy For Our Thunder

If you told me six years ago that I would be excited about an NBA team, I probably would have thought you were crazy. If you would have told me that Oklahoma City’s favorite hero was a former University of Texas player, I would have thought you were even...