WASHINGTON — The Interfaith Alliance and Jews on First called on President Obama to proclaim an "inclusive" national day of prayer May 7 instead of endorsing a National Day of Prayer
RICHMOND — Past and current diversity among Baptists will be examined at the Virginia Baptist Historical Society’s annual meeting, set for Tuesday, May 19, at First Baptist Church in Richmond.
The Baptist Association of Christian Educators recently awarded its Educator of the Year award to Lucy Dorr, long-time Virginia Baptist educator.
ATLANTA — What began as a friendly challenge by one state Cooperative Baptist Fellowship organization to another may end up putting millions to work in developing
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Grace Baptist Church — once one of the fastest growing congregations in Charlotte, N.C. — sold its buildings and disbanded earlier this year.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Southern Baptist Theological Seminary is closing its 65-year-old School of Church Music and Worship, combining it with the School of Leadership
The economic crisis in the U.S. has had an effect on Baptist institutions in Missouri, including lesser levels of donor income. But they are weathering challenging
Dolls are sharing the gospel in Nicaragua, thanks to Strasburg Baptist Church, Strasburg.
JEFFERSON CITY — Clergy and lay leaders representing a variety of denominations and religious organizations gathered at the Missouri Capitol on April 16 to address what
Baptists from across the Midwest came together to stick their toes in a fresh new stream a couple of weeks ago. It remains to be seen if these diverse Baptists found the water to their liking and will discover reasons to jump into that