Articles posted in the Platte County Record Times by Dr. Judy Baus of Good News Ministries!
|05/01/2013|| Do You Have a Safe Place? by Dr. Judy Baus
For 20 years my husband Vic and I have been on the road traveling and sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ.
|04/01/2013|| April….Fool’s Day? by Dr. Judy Baus
When you think of the month of April, what is the first thought that pops in your head? Do you think, yea, spring is finally here? Or do you think, yea, it’s April Fool’s Day? April Fool’s Day is sometimes referred to as All Fools' Day.
|03/01/2013|| The Worm Beneath by Dr. Judy Baus
Last summer a friend sent me an insight on “sin” which helped me and I hope it helps you.
|01/01/2013|| What Race are You? by Dr. Judy Baus
As I travel and preach in the various states and towns I see a common thread that is rearing its ugly head. It is call racism in the sense that I see believers huddled together with their own color, nationality, culture, and language. I have experienced this myself as I minister in churches across our country. It’s reverse racism in that I’m white and feel I do not fit in. After years, I am finally finding acceptance, but racism is hurtful, no matter what color your skin is.
|12/01/2012|| Stand up for Christmas by Dr. Judy Baus
This month all over the world, Christians will be celebrating Christmas, the birth of the Savior of the World, Jesus Christ. Here in America we still have the liberty to openly worship the Lord during this season. We can openly pray in the church building or outside the church building and we can display our nativity scenes, at least on our own property. Every child of God should take full advantage of this opportunity to make known “the reason for the season,” because one day, we may not be able to. Have you noticed how our country is getting further and further from biblical truths?
|11/01/2012|| Thanksgiving by Dr. Judy Baus
It’s time to celebrate this wonderful holiday we call Thanksgiving. I titled this article “Thanks Giving” because I believe the words have more meaning if separated. It doesn’t matter who we are or where we are—we all have something to be thankful about.