(WW) -- The stores are full of Halloween merchandise. How should Christians respond? Some churches condemn Halloween celebrations and forbid any emphasis of them in their church. Others respond more positively.
In 2017, something unprecedented took place in Jacksonville, Florida. The Jacksonville Baptist Association and local Catholic Diocese joined forces to co-sponsor a large marriage education and enrichment program for the Duval County area.
(RNS) — All the available hard evidence shows that religious congregations are declining. But a new nationally representative study from the Lake Institute on Faith and Giving at Indiana University's Lilly Family School of Philanthropy finds that revenue is not necessarily declining along with attendance.
NASHVILLE (BP) --Vice President for Communications for the SBC Executive Committee, Jonathan Howe, announced Wednesday (Oct. 16) the reorganization of the communications department into Convention news and Convention communications.
PRAIRIE VILLAGE, Kan. -- Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes continues to play through an ankle sprain he suffered in Week 1. Now a metro church is asking for a little help -- a little divine intervention, you could say.
WASHINGTON – A recent speech about “Being a Christian Leader” by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, promoted on the State Department’s homepage, has been met with criticism that it potentially violates the principle of separation of church and state.
Atlanta (CNN) -- Tauren Wells is one of the biggest stars in Christian contemporary music. Yet there is one subject that Wells' supple vocal range won't reach. He won't sing about hot-button political issues, and he certainly won't criticize President Trump.
Imagine a world where Christians — both those running for office and those just planning to vote — actually applied the Golden Rule. With that goal in mind, Baptist and other denominational leaders are calling for Christians to act Christlike, even in political conversations.