By: Mitch Carnell For anyone interested in religious freedom and the growth and history of Baptists in North America, Thomas R. McKibbens has produced a masterful volume focusing on the early history of First Baptist of Boston.
By: Nathan Finn "The Disturbances" is an inspiring story and a sobering reminder that what happened in Nigeria in 1966 could happen again. However, the more these stories are told, the better able we are to prevent genocide.
By: Wade Smith "The Disturbances" offers one snapshot of the larger tribal conflict that would ultimately lead to the Biafran War in Nigeria from 1967-1970. Missionaries shared their stories of incredible courage and faith.
By: Tara Hornbacker Through stories of courage and survival in the face of monumental obstacles, "The Disturbances" explores the deep bonds between missionaries serving in Nigeria during a deeply troubled time.
By: Richard Mouw While deeply disturbing, EthicsDaily.com's documentary provides an inspiring glimpse into the lives of missionary families who served the Lord under unimaginably difficult circumstances in Nigeria in 1966.
By: Guy Sayles Constraints can be 'beautiful' opportunities. When determination and commitment clash with limits and constraint, that energy can help us consider changes we've previously been unwilling to make.
By: James Gordon In his book, "I Shall Not Hate," Palestinian doctor Izzeldin Abuelaish reflects on his experiences following the Israel's incursion into Gaza in 2009 that claimed the lives of his three daughters and a niece.
By: Joel Snider If we want to encourage the fullest life to the end of mortality, we must get over our fear of mortality and our denial of death. Honest discussions with caregivers, patients and families are critical.
By: Jennifer Bryson While Christians and Muslims have deep disagreements over faith issues, they can still relate to each other in a way that is "respectful, gracious and bridge-building," an author says.
The narrative inspiring Mark Osler's book, Jesus on Death Row: The Trial of Jesus and American Capital Punishment, is compelling. In 2001, while teaching at a conservative Christian law school, this former prosecutor re-conducted Christ's trial under Texas law in his Baptist church in Waco.