LOUISVILLE, Ky. (ABP) – A past chairman of the Southern Baptist International Mission Board who supports changing the Cooperative Program unified budget to send more money to overseas mission fields will be nominated as next executive director-treasurer of the Kentucky Baptist Convention.
The answer to “What is a Baptist university?” is complex and nuanced, according to panelists assembled by the Baptist History & Heritage Society.
A seemingly unlikely alliance between conservative Christian evangelicals and Mormons recasts American history as the founding of a distinctively Christian republic, Stephen Stookey told a gathering of church historians.
(ABP) – For more than 17 of its nearly 21 years, Associated Baptist Press was blessed to have a Columbus on deck for its voyage across uncharted waters as the first and only independent news service created by and for Baptists.
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (ABP) – A judge has thrown out most of a lawsuit seeking to halt construction of a mosque on the outskirts of Murfreesboro, Tenn.
(ABP) – By now everyone knows about the billboards across the country that read, “Judgment Day May 21.” Harold Camping, president of Family Radio, is the man behind the stir. According to his interpretation of the Bible, the Rapture will also start tomorrow, beginning five
Most congregations know healthier clergy lead to healthier churches, but few consider how clergy wellness and congregational busy-ness are related, said Larry Golemon, an ordained Presbyterian minister and former research manager at the Alban Institute.
Clergy wellness means different things at different stages of a ministry, and ministers who come to Ministering to Ministers Foundation are at a point of personal or professional crisis.
The language of love in action communicates around the globe, an 11-member Texas Baptist team recently discovered as they shared the hope of Christ in two Senegalese villages.
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America lists 10 best practices for ministerial health and wellness.