Verification of truth can be a hard thing. When the president of a country claims his administration has built a certain number of houses, counting those constructions presents certain challenges. It’s not impossible to do, but it is difficult. When a child claims to have done a chore or obeyed his parent, that’s easier to […]
Our people have long been generous to support good works. Let us also do what money alone cannot.
The people of God help the weak as a matter of justice.
Why put this prayer on GoSpeak? We explain in the last paragraph.
Maybe you’re happy that a only small group of friends sees your cat pictures or short comments. But your public content deserves to be seen by a wider audience, right? Some things you want the world to see. When you want to share with the world, your articles, reflections, photos, and links should all be […]
Can tweets be called literature?
Are there any surprises in this list?
Our good brother Jeff A.Jenkins launched his participation in Forthright Magazine today taking over the Communion Meditation column. His first offering is The Great Exchange. We’re excited to have Jeff on board as a columnist and welcome him as a coworker in this effort. His articles were supposed to have appeared last Sunday, but the […]
On Forthright Magazine today, Mike Brooks has judicious and balanced remarks for the church about disaster relief and preaching the gospel. He says, Helping the poor and needy, including the victims of disaster, is part of his work and certainly is a means of expressing Christian faith and love (James 2:15-16; 1 John 3:17-18). We […]
Barry Newton was the first Forthright Magazine columnist, perhaps even before Forthright took its name. Back in the 90s, I was bopping out some articles and putting them, in html!, on the Internet. I invited Barry to write once a week and let me share them on the same site. That was the beginning of […]