Research has revealed students who participate in short-term mission trips tend to have lower levels of materialism, greater appreciation for other cultures and a better understanding of missions as a lifestyle, according to a study by Dennis Horton, associate professor of religion at Baylor University.
(ABP) -- Zeb Mountain, Turner Spur, Peters Knob, Big Fork Ridge, Millard, Cow Knob, Cherry Pond, Payne Knob -- those are but a few names of the over 500 mountains from Kentucky, West Virginia and Virginia that have disappeared from the face of the earth,
CLINTON, Miss. (ABP) – Richard “Dick” Brogan, a pioneer in building bridges between white and black Baptists in the South, died of a heart attack April 25 at Baptist Hospital in Jackson, Miss. He was 73.
(ABP) -- Any time the word “inerrancy” is mentioned with regard to the interpretation of Scripture, the subject of “woman’s place” is never far behind. Whenever women challenge the status quo, it takes only a moment for husbands and church leaders threatened by loss of
ELIZABETHTOWN, N.C. (ABP) -- Eight days after a tornado demolished much of their campus, members of Elizabethtown Baptist Church in North Carolina were cleaning up and thanking God for the unity among churches and neighbors the tornado spawned.
The King James Version of the Bible -- featured in our cover package in our April 28 issue -- turns 400 years of age this year. To say that it has been an enduring translation certainly would be an understatement. While some insist that only