Rather than doing the “same old-same old” of renting a booth in the CBF General Assembly exhibit hall, Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond opted to invest in students attending the meeting.
Is it possible to hold fast to historic Baptist principles while also achieving spiritual relevance in today's world? For the past ten years, the answer to that question has been 'yes,' according to leaders at Churchnet: A Baptist Network Serving Churches.
Church historian Bill Leonard received the J.M. Dawson Religious Liberty Award at a luncheon sponsored by the Religious Liberty Council of the Baptist Joint Committee. He urged Baptists to consider several "issues plaguing my conscience that I hope will distress ours."
In the United States pencils are not a big deal. But according to Jennifer Chappell, an inexpensive pencil can provide a child living in extreme poverty in Nicaragua an opportunity to receive an education.
This media column looks at online sites that can help believers minister to the sick and their families and keep the church informed.
Raised in a family of alcoholic men. Tortured and raped as a teenager by a stranger. Boyfriends who cheated. A pastor who made a pass at her. Stalked by an unknown man. And finally, an abusive relationship that left her alone with a small
Two years after its dedication, the House of Mercy at Zhemchuzhinka, Kobrin, Belarus, has opened its doors to six elderly women in June. Leaders share their thoughts about the ministry's progress.
Missourians attending the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship General Assembly received an update on the work in Joplin and of missionaries in Haiti and Romania.
Word&Way Editor Bill Webb describes the care he received for injuries suffered in a cycling accident on May 12, and shares things he's learned or been reminded of because of his experience.
The Texas Baptist Christian Life Commission presented Wendy Davis, a state senator from Fort Worth, its Horizon Award for leadership in public service.