Prathia Hall: An Extraordinary, Ordinary Saint By: Courtney Pace Lyons Prathia Hall faced many obstacles in her life but didn't let them discourager her. She was a civil rights activist, Baptist preacher and a mentor to more than 200 African-American clergywomen.
Ebola Threatens More Than Lives in Liberia By: Michael Helms Fear grips the people of Liberia. The majority of 1,400 deaths from Ebola are in Liberia. Public gatherings are off-limits, health workers fear treating patients, and schools and hospitals are closed.
5 Reasons to Write Books for Your Own Congregation By: Chuck Warnock Let's face it. All aspiring writers aren't going to make it on the best-seller list. So if you're a pastor, don't overlook the most obvious audience you have. Write for your congregation.