Dr. Frank Page

The Horrible Cost of Disunity

Recently in my travels, I stopped for a few moments at the site of a major Civil War battleground near Sharpsburg, Maryland. The battle fought there was best known in the South by the name Antietam. On September 17, 1862, Southern forces under the command of General Robert E. Lee moved north for the first time and engaged […]

Redemption Through His Blood

This is a picture of the church building in which I gave my life to Christ. This facility now houses another church as Southside Baptist Church of Greensboro, North Carolina, relocated to another area in town. However, over the years as my family would travel to Greensboro to visit grandparents, I would say to my girls over and over, […]

Is Change Possible?

I often shock people when I show them the teacher’s comments on my first-grade report card. As you can see, my first grade teacher remarked that I was shy, timid, and lacked self-confidence. Most people who know me today find that description of my personality bewildering. I admit that I have changed over the years. Most people would […]

Easier Said Than Done

Second Chronicles 24:2 says this about Joash, king of Judah: Joash did what was right in the eyes of the Lord… (NIV) King Amaziah is described one chapter later: He did what was right in the eyes of the Lord, but not wholeheartedly. (2 Chronicles 25:2, NIV) As we know from reading a litany of Old Testament kings […]