Access to the Internet surrounds us. Whether the goal is finding a score, chatting with friends or just escaping boredom, we feel entitled to tap into that signal whenever we need to. Sometimes the real question is: Should I tap into that signal? While I
The increase in the number of refugees and refugee camps today is a problem that needs the response of people of faith.
The minister of students and recreation at First Baptist Church of St. Charles, Mo., his wife and a bus driver continue to recover from injuries sustained in a single-vehicle accident in Georgia on July 17.
Last week brought the news of children in the northern Indian state of Bihar being poisoned by their school lunches, resulting in the death of 23 and the treatment of even more who were hospitalized after eating. This week, a similar tragedy occurred in
Less than a month after police in the former Soviet state of Georgia intervened to rescue peaceful gay-rights protestors from a religious mob, Baptist young adults from the United States stood alongside Georgian Baptists to speak up for Muslims denied the right to Friday prayers
Two hundred years after the first American Baptist missionaries arrived in Burma, American Baptist Churches USA and the Myanmar Baptist Convention look forward to a new chapter of cooperation and collaboration in an altered missionary landscape.
From their earliest days, Baptists in the United States have had a love affair with missions — wanting people both domestic and overseas to hear the good news of reconciliation to Christ.
Leaders of the Missouri Baptist Convention disputed a moderate Baptist website’s report that the convention quietly settled a lawsuit last year and did not disclose it to messengers at the state convention’s annual meeting that fall.
Last year, Southern Baptists gave $149.3 million to the Lottie Moon Christmas Offering for international missions, hailed as the third-highest amount in the offering’s 124-year history. With less fanfare, meanwhile, the iconic missionary’s childhood church quietly voted to call its first-ever female pastor.
Missouri Baptist Convention (MBC) officials quietly settled last year a lawsuit, agreeing to pay $500,000 to the estate of a deceased businessman.
The settlement represents another chapter in a long list of legal defeats in the MBC’s 11-year legal fight