CLEVELAND (ABP) -- Former President Jimmy Carter was discharged Sept. 30 after two nights in a Cleveland hospital for what doctors say was a stomach virus.
WASHINGTON (ABP) -- A church-state watchdog group has called on the Internal Revenue Service to investigate a church in Oklahoma for violating a law that prohibits tax-exempt charities from endorsing political candidates.
ROME (ABP) -- The elegant complex of 19th-century buildings that houses the International Baptist Theological Seminary in Prague, Czech Republic, will likely be sold now that European Baptist Federation leaders have green-lighted a plan to move the seminary as a cost-saving
FALLS CHURCH, Va. (ABP) -- Baptist leaders hailed a pledge by top leaders of Nagaland's three rival political factions to cease hostilities that have for decades beset the heavily Baptist state in northeastern India.
NEW YORK (ABP) -- World leaders voiced deep concern about the impact of the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression on international anti-poverty goals at a three-day summit at the United Nations Sept. 20-22.
Houses of worship increasingly have become targets -- from robbery to arson to Sunday morning shootings and child abductions. Technological advances
Attendees at the 55+ Fall Celebration were encouraged to use their wisdom and experience to benefit the church and God's kingdom. Author
A federal court has refused to hear the ongoing Baptist struggle over 1,300 acres at Lake of the Ozarks, returning one case to the state district court at Camden County.
(ABP) - - At our house, hospitality is dished out by the spoonful.
Homemade ice cream has been a staple in the ministry of hospitality my wife Melanie has practiced since we were married nearly 33 years ago. An ice-cream
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (ABP) -- A seminary president who served on a committee that 10 years ago revised the Baptist Faith and Message to declare that only men should be pastors told students Sept. 14 that he was embarrassed by his former advocacy of women in