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.

September 11, 2019

Rashional Thoughts: Special USB audio cartridges of TAB available thanks to donors

A shout out to Alabama’s Charles T. Carter, my “one-time pastor and all-time friend” as he describes himself, for donating the first 10 ... [READ MORE]

September 4, 2019

Rashional Thoughts: The tentacles of childhood cancer run deep and wide for each family in the midst of the fight — look for ways to help this month

September became National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month in 2013 but childhood cancer became a reality for my family a decade ago — in the ... [READ MORE]

August 28, 2019

Rashionale Thoughts: Truly absorbing and retaining what someone says takes work; it’s much more involved than hearing them talk

My granddad used to grab my hands and hold them still when he needed a break from my nonstop chatter. He would joke with me that I wouldn’t ... [READ MORE]

August 21, 2019

Rashional Thoughts: Sweet smells from special family recipes, specific tastes from certain foods, other sensory-related experiences help resurface memories

My coworker and friend asked if I had ever tasted “these” as she pointed to a package of scuppernongs at the farmer’s market. I didn’t ... [READ MORE]

August 14, 2019

Rashional Thoughts: What would the world be like if adults could have and share even half the joy the children in our lives bring us?

Church hopping isn’t the typical routine for those of us at The Alabama Baptist but Sunday, July 28, provided a fun opportunity to participate, ... [READ MORE]

August 7, 2019

Rashional Thoughts: Celebrating loyal readers, committed staff and variety of platforms available for sharing content

Thank you for the continued and much appreciated support of The Alabama Baptist newspaper and media ministry, known by some as TAB Media. The ... [READ MORE]