A jury found May 17 that the Florida Baptist Convention is liable for failing to do an adequate background check before recruiting and training a former church planter now in prison for molesting a 13-year-old boy.
Japan received relief in the wake of the 2011 earthquake and tsunami, but many residents affected by the disasters still need to recover. The BGCT disaster recovery has scheduled a June 19-26 trip to help.
The final report of a blue-ribbon task force appointed two years ago to chart a future for the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship is now available online, giving Fellowship Baptists a month to digest the 24-page document before it comes to a vote June 21 at the
A Baptist divinity school dean eulogized former Watergate henchman and Prison Fellowship founder Chuck Colson as a man who was not perfect but forgiven and who never forgot Jesus’ words, “I was in prison and you visited me.”
Editor Bill Webb continues to recover from injuries sustained May 12 in a cycling accident in Jefferson City. His family expresses their deepest
CALIFORNIA -- Members of First Baptist Church, California, celebrated Easter twice -- focusing on God's gift of salvation through Jesus on April 8
HANNIBAL - Though Woodrow Burt officially retires as president of Hannibal-LaGrange University in August, he can't move away, Hannibal Mayor Roy Hark declared April
Directors of the Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America voted recently to authorize funding for conflict transformation training in Sudan/South Sudan and the Philippines and to assist with creation of a Baptist Peace Fellowship of Latin America and the Caribbean.
A Southern Baptist mega church pastor shelved his prepared Mother's Day sermon and instead led 6,000 worshippers in prayer over President Obama’s May 9 statement that he supports gay marriage.
A gay librarian has become a reluctant symbol for opponents of Shorter University’s new “personal lifestyle statement” that must be signed by faculty and staff who want to remain at the Baptist-affiliated school in Rome, Ga.