WASHINGTON -- Ask most American Christians where the largest Bible printing facility in the world is and they might imagine Nashville, Dallas or London to hold that honor. Few would guess the correct answer: China. On Sept. 28, opening ceremonies were held in Washington for
As Minister Appreciation Month approaches, congregations are reminded that ministers need the same things parishioners need -- encouragement, advocacy, from time to time sympathy, periodic breaks from responsibilities at church, security and relief from excessive worry. Be the most generous and caring church possible.
Missouri Baptist University recently contributed $9,000 to the Pujols Family Foundation as the first gift in a partnership the university plans to continue. The partnership reflects MBU's commitment to ministering in its community, including a growing relationship with Ronald McDonald House Charities.
GUNTERVILLE, Ala. (ABP) –- An Alabama Baptist Convention spokesman explained why Baptist churches aren’t joining Methodists, Episcopalians, Catholics and others in protesting the state’s anti-illegal immigration law. “I don’t have the right to speak for the Baptists, because they haven’t passed a resolution,”
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – Norman Jameson, a veteran Baptist journalist whose bylines have appeared recently in Associated Baptist Press, has joined the advancement staff at Wake Forest University. Jameson, 58, serves as assistant dean for development for the WFU School of Divinity.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (ABP) –- A Southern Baptist leader warned Sept. 24 that gay marriage is not a matter of “live and let live” but rather part of a “radical homosexual agenda” aimed at destroying the institution of marriage.
ATLANTA (ABP) -- Terry Hamrick, coordinator of missional visioning at the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, announced he will retire effective June 30, 2012, after more than 15 years as a part of the Atlanta Resource Center’s senior leadership team.