When I was growing up, America was immersed in the war in Viet Nam, and we had a military draft. When you finished high school, you were enlisted in the armed forces and served for two years. (While conscription ended after the war, 18 year-old men must still register with Selective Service.) Some countries still
I spent an hour on the phone today listening to a salesman peddling his wares – nothing bad; actually, he was offering us (the church) a deal on a dozen or more Christian video series on marriage, family, fathering, grief, finances, and other important topics. The videos are well-made, biblical, and applicable. In this cyber-age,
Phil Congdon, NBBC, July 2, 2018 When the Roll is Called Up Yonder
Phil Congdon, NBBC, June 1, 2018 Psalms for Turbulent Times – rev.
Phil Congdon, NBBC, April 2, 2018 Our Crucifixion and Resurrection
Phil Congdon, NBBC, March 1, 2018 Fixing the World
Phil Congdon, NBBC, February 7, 2018 We are not throwing stones