These Past Four Weeks by Pam Durso

These Past Four Weeks by Pam Durso

This week my thoughts have been on history. Given all that is going on, history seems an odd thing to focus on, but I am after all a historian. Here is what I have been wondering: what will scholars fifty years from now write about the happenings of this past month?...
Glimmers of Hope by Pam Durso

Glimmers of Hope by Pam Durso

My family spent last week at the beach, taking long walks, soaking in the sun, building sand castles. It was a good week of disconnecting. The television was silent. I didn’t check my email. I stayed away from Facebook most all week. But when we got home late...
Because of Her by Pam Durso

Because of Her by Pam Durso

This week we received a lovely note in the mail from a former student of Sarah Frances Anders. Sarah Frances passed away on June 8 at the age of ninety, and we at Baptist Women in Ministry mourned her death but we also celebrated her many contributions to our Baptist...
The Power of Your Testimony by Pam Durso

The Power of Your Testimony by Pam Durso

Last Sunday, Kewon Foster preached at my church—Cornerstone Church in Snellville, Georgia. I have known Kewon since 2008—his first semester as a student at McAfee School of Theology was my first semester teaching there as an adjunct professor. We spent three semesters...