JEFFERSON CITY — The Missouri Supreme Court denied the Missouri Baptist Convention’s request to rehear its case against Windermere Baptist Conference Center on May 5. The convention has now exhausted its options to overturn Cole County Judge Richard Callahan’s March 4, 2008, ruling in favor
WASHINGTON (ABP) -- Radio ads in eight states will encourage Christians to view climate change as both a moral issue and a matter of national security.
WASHINGTON — The U.S. military says it has destroyed Pashto- and Dari-language Bibles confiscated from soldiers in Afghanistan to ensure troops did not break regulations against proselytizing.
BOURNEMOUTH, England — British Baptists marked the 400th anniversary of the founding of the first Baptist congregation in 1609 in an annual meeting of the Baptist Union of Great Britain and BMS World Mission May 1-4.
DALLAS — The late Herbert H. Reynolds, longtime president of Baylor University, was praised recently by one of Congress' most ardent defenders of church-state separation as a mentor who "ignited my passion for religious liberty and separation of church and state."
Like innovators of the past who used the printing press, radio and television to spread the gospel, a growing number of Christians today are taking their message to social media such as Facebook, Twitter, blogs, podcasts, YouTube, Flickr and MySpace.
Social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter are rapidly changing the way Christians communicate with each other, and how ministers keep in touch with their flock.
LifeWay Christian Resources is harnessing the power of online networking among Facebook’s 100 million daily users worldwide and Twitter’s 2.2 million users.
While social networking sites are far from private or anonymous, the public nature hasn’t prevented individuals from boldly posting information or photographs they likely wouldn’t share with such a diverse crowd in “real” life, pastors note.
If Texas Baptists will be friendly, and if we don’t forget our families, Texas Hope 2010 should have a huge impact on the Lone Star State.