Jennifer Davis Rash, editor-elect of The Alabama Baptist, shares about living out one’s faith amid real-life experiences. She also blogs at rashionalthoughts.com.
September 27, 2017
Rashional Thoughts — Processing reality of suicide
The details are foggy about that morning but the tragic reality never leaves me. I remember the call, the intense grief and the hours my younger ... [READ MORE]
August 30, 2017
Rashional Thoughts: Embrace — don’t fear — pushback
The pastor seemed sad but determined as we talked. His young adult daughters had recently left the denomination and he was disappointed. They ... [READ MORE]
July 26, 2017
Rashional Thoughts — Simple act of love or veiled criticism?
By Jennifer Davis Rash The Alabama Baptist My attempt at a gentle teaching moment for a child I’m close to but who is not my actual child wasn’t ... [READ MORE]
June 30, 2017
Rashional Thoughts — Touch of kindness makes a difference
By Jennifer Davis Rash The Alabama Baptist Big Jim didn’t like the formality at all. “James Salles” on his nametag just wouldn’t do. ... [READ MORE]
May 25, 2017
Rashional Thoughts — I can fix that — but should I?
How has life been this week? Working through any disappointments? It’s hard for me to watch anyone be let down. I tend to take responsibility ... [READ MORE]
May 1, 2017
Rashional Thoughts — Introverts living in extroverted world
She bounced into The Alabama Baptist student intern role with no hesitation, blending right in with the staff in such a way that we felt as if ... [READ MORE]