2nd VIEW: WORLDVIEW: No regrets when God calls

Ten years ago, Karen Watson and four other Southern Baptist humanitarian workers were driving back to Mosul after a day of visiting villagers in need of clean water when gunmen pulled alongside their vehicle and opened fire, killing Watson and three others. Erich Bridges tells the moving story of Watson's union with Christ, her Bridegroom.

Inerrancy debate never goes away, Mohler says

Inerrancy is never a settled issue. The debate will never go away, said R. Albert Mohler Jr., president of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. Mohler, as a contributor to a new book, defines and defends the doctrine of inerrancy.

Family’s faith grows while launching church in Vancouver

Billed as North America's most diversity-dense city, Vancouver, British Columbia, boasts 200 language groups among its population of 2.3 million. In less than a year, church planter Matthew Bond and his family have helped establish a thriving congregation and have branched out to planting additional churches.