HONOLULU -- A West Texas missions professor who served more than two decades in Indonesia and an Arab Baptist educator from Lebanon emphasized the need to reach out in love to Muslims.
The sixth chapter of First Corinthians describes the body as “a temple of the Holy Spirit.” For many Christians that
Fitness can, literally, be a life-and-death issue for people in underprivileged communities. So a Christian medical ministry in one of
When asked, Leroy and June Seat are hard-pressed to name the most satisfying aspect of their recent trip to Japan. Just once again visiting the country they called home for nearly 38 years could be a starting point.
Edward Taragon, a Kenyan track athlete at Wayland Baptist University, was crushed when doctors discovered a heart problem that could
My toolbox is probably more Home Improvement than This Old House. Screws, nails, nuts and washers from old jobs are tossed together. Phillips and standard screwdrivers are never in the same place, and most anything with a plug is waiting to be charged. My virtual
KITALE, Kenya (ABP) -- A Kenyan girl sits with her baby doll in hand, smile on her face, changing the doll’s clothes and doing its hair. Minutes later, she places the baby doll into the arms of another child -- with no
Rob Cornwell, 44, longtime alumni director at Missouri Baptist University and a former president of the Missouri Baptist Development Council, passed away on July 13. More than 800 MBU faculty, staff, students and alumni celebrated Cornwell's life with his family at a memorial service on
First Baptist Church, Farmington, may not sit on a hill, but its light shines through its "You are the Light" family ministry each
Baptist church starts today might look very different and use methodologies that would seem foreign to first-century believers. But the church-starting emphasis originated in the earliest church; what we do today simply carries on that tradition/strategy.