LOUISVILLE, Ky. (ABP) – A Southern Baptist seminary president applauded Roman Catholic bishops for refusing to obey an insurance mandate forcing employers to offer coverage for contraceptives and sterilization and predicted that evangelical leaders will soon face similar choices.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (ABP) – Former Baptist Women in Ministry leader Kathy Manis Findley recently received an award from the FBI recognizing her efforts to combat domestic violence and child abuse in Arkansas.
The Pujols Family Foundation partners with a number of other St. Louis-area organizations -- including Missouri Baptist University -- to benefit people with Down syndrome and the poor in the Dominican Republic. With former Cardinals' player Albert Pujols' move to the LA Angels, the foundation
A group opposed to a ballot initiative to reform short-term consumer lending in Missouri apparently hopes the threat of fines or jail time might cause faith-based groups, particularly houses of worship, to back away.
Humor can help ease tension, wipe away some stress and make a person feel better, even in the middle of tragedy. Greene County Baptist Association churches found a way to open that release to Spring River Baptist Association pastors still helping Joplin residents recover from