Joplin public school students reported for class on Aug. 17 -- right on schedule. That was impressive considering the tornado that plowed through the heart of the southwestern Missouri community on May 22. By one account, the 200 mile-per-hour winds that killed
The first battle between proponents and opponents of more stringent unsecured consumer loan reform -- often nicknamed payday loans -- in Missouri will take place in the courtroom -- over finances.
GREENSBORO, N.C. (ABP) – A prominent North Carolina Baptist pastor surprised his congregation recently by announcing he is stepping down for medical reasons due to voice injury.
FALLS CHURCH, Va. (ABP) – Five Baptist leaders have signed letters to officials of various political factions urging renewed commitment to reconciliation in the northeast Indian state of Nagaland.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (ABP) – A Southern Baptist seminary president says debate among evangelicals over whether Adam and Eve were real people is not just about different interpretations of a few verses in Genesis but rather a matter of “gospel urgency.”
Community development, strategic coalitions and sensitivity to others are keys in Central Baptist Theological Seminary's approach to prepare students for urban
OWENSBORO, Ky. (ABP) – A Baptist association in Kentucky voted 242-24 on Aug. 5 in favor of a recommendation from its credentials committee to remove a church that allows a gay-rights group to meet in its building.
GAINESVILLE, Ga. (ABP) – Two north Georgia police officers have asked a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit against them for their use of deadly force in a 2009 shooting that claimed the life of a Baptist pastor.
You've heard people say, "Before you know it, your kid will be in college." Time may seem like forever to you, because it's your whole life. But for your mom and me, your birth, the sound of your
Sitting in a classroom isn't the only way today's college, university and seminary students grasp concepts. More and more higher education institutions