Religion News


National News | Jan. 13 2000

Ministers’ wives find new support through e-mail

Pastors’ wives as well as other vocational ministers’ wives across the Northwest Baptist Convention (NWBC) have begun using computer... [READ MORE]

Law/Legal/Politics/Voting | Jan. 13 2000

FCC rule alarms religious broadcasters

WASHINGTON – In a move causing alarm among religious broadcasters, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has issue expanded guidelines... [READ MORE]

Health | Jan. 13 2000

Handling stress important

A couple’s move from engagement to marriage marks a milestone in the lives of both participants. But traveling that road can be a bumpy... [READ MORE]

Alabama News | Jan. 13 2000

Counseling prior to wedding a good idea, experts say

With so many marriages in the United States ending in divorce, more and more couples are seeking counsel before marriage. Often these premarriage... [READ MORE]

Marriage | Jan. 13 2000

Daily devotions strengthen relationship

Despite the fact Christians supposedly live by higher standards, some statistics indicate Christian marriages have a divorce rate as high –... [READ MORE]

Financial | Jan. 13 2000

Remember basic rules for honeymoon travel

The hustle and bustle of weddings means many honeymoon considerations are often forgotten. Amanda Lewis agent for Travel Designer, Inc., offers... [READ MORE]

College and Career | Jan. 13 2000

Southwestern debuts new Web journal

A new journal for educational ministers represents a new breed of seminary publication – one that is electronic and interactive. “Equipping... [READ MORE]

Children | Jan. 13 2000

Ten Commandments issues continue to rise

LONDON, Ky. – The state whose 1978 law mandating Ten Commandments classroom displays was overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court is increasingly... [READ MORE]

Financial | Jan. 13 2000

Weddings don’t have to be expensive

Bragg Comer knows just how expensive a wedding can be. But Comer, an investment advisor with Grambrell Financial Advisors, Inc., said it wasn’t... [READ MORE]

Alabama News | Jan. 13 2000

Good stewardship includes a will

Famed Minnesota philanthropist Percy Ross is known for his dictum “He who lives while he gives … also knows where it goes.”... [READ MORE]

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