By Walter Wood, Jr. There seems to be some
Will the family survive? Will the Church survive? Christian traditionalists and boomers alike must understand how crucial it is to reach the busters with the biblical message of hope in Christ.
By Charles W. Anderson. Dad Chisholm was in a class by himself. An excellent manager and a superb surgeon, he was honored by being named to both the international College of Surgeons and the American College of Surgeons. His main interest, however, was evange
By Howard Eyrich. A necessary component in understanding aging is the demythologization of our cultural folklore about “old people.” Demythologization is a fancy way of saying that is important to investigate current assumptions about aging in our society and compare them with the facts. Furthermore, it means that our individual and collective behavior must be adjusted to the facts.
By Matsu Crawford. The process of growing old has been going on since the first living thing appeared on Planet Earth. We should look upon it as a natural, inevitable process.
By Lee Taylor. It never fails! Just at the moment when the world adopts something from the church arena, we back away from it! Today we back away from the word “laity.”