Rashional Thoughts


Rashional Thoughts

Jennifer Davis Rash, editor-in-chief of The Alabama Baptist, shares about living out one’s faith amid real-life experiences. She also blogs at rashionalthoughts.com.


May 1, 2019

Rashional Thoughts: Is it basic economics — law of supply and demand? Human trafficking second only to drug trafficking

Human trafficking is the fastest growing criminal activity in the world — estimated at $150 billion annually.  Reports indicate 27 million ... [READ MORE]

April 24, 2019

Rashional Thoughts: Processing all that life throws at us can take a toll mentally, physically and emotionally — let’s choose not to pile on

We’ve all heard the reminders to give people who come across angry, grouchy or distant a break because we don’t know what they might be going ... [READ MORE]

April 17, 2019

Rashional Thoughts: Congrats to upcoming Class of 2019 graduates — you did it! For ministry-related underclassmen scholarships are available

Graduation cards and gifts have been on the shopping list this month. Several friends are prepping for their children’s upcoming graduations. ... [READ MORE]

April 10, 2019

Rashional Thoughts: Beeson Divinity School’s incoming dean has Baptist roots, also feels at home in school’s academic culture, approach

Timothy George and Beeson Divinity School are one and the same for me.  As an alumna of Beeson, I have had the highest respect for Dean George ... [READ MORE]

April 3, 2019

Rashional Thoughts — Possibilities are endless with team members willing to serve however needed, maximize their potential

Headsets, microphones and studios have become part of life for The Alabama Baptist staff. And it’s not only the editorial team but also those ... [READ MORE]

March 27, 2019

Rashional Thoughts

Tonya Knight (right) helps manage the disaster response center set up at Providence Baptist Church, Opelika.  Knight, a member of Providence, ... [READ MORE]

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