Do a person’s daily choices reveal anything about their character? Dr. Mark Bailey, Dallas Theological Seminary chancellor and BSF Board Member, believes so. Looking at the choices before Abram and Lot in Genesis 13 as evidence, Dr. Bailey explains that “Both lifted their eyes, but each saw something different.”
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Susie Rowan shares her thoughts and reflections about 2020. Drawing from Joseph’s life and pointing to Jesus, Susie’s message is one of hope.
In this week’s blog post, Group Leader Purvis Harper shares his experiences bringing the hope of Jesus Christ to death row, and the amazing spiritual insights he has gained from these men.
Like Abel, Noah and Abraham, we long to build a faith that is strong enough to withstand every test and trial. But how can we get there? In this week’s blog post, BSFers David and Susan Swafford share their journey toward trusting God. Through their personal struggles, we see that God never wastes a moment.
In this week’s blog post, BSFer Sherry Thomas examines Genesis 29 and the reality of unmet expectations in marriage. Through her story, we learn that “God’s plan of redemption outweighs every failed expectation.”
In every generation, God has raised up men and women of faith to participate in His Kingdom work. While these faithful servants may not have fully understood the impact of their sacrifices at the time, they lived with “confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see” (Hebrews 11:1). Today we celebrate another great leader, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
In this week’s blog post, BSF Staffers Hoa Luu and Gwen Cruzan share their struggles with infertility. By clinging to God’s Word in their darkest moments, Hoa and Gwen discovered one of God’s most elusive and fulfilling gifts – contentment in the One who hears our cries.