Mary Dee Enloe Mary Dee died yesterday at age 80 at her home. Her death had been anticipated; hospice professionals had assisted her and her family over the past few weeks. Among Baptist
Selling (or buying) tickets, candy or wrapping paper, washing cars or manning a game booth, even giving an extra dollar in a store purchase can help a worthy cause.
Believers also have opportunities to support the church or a ministry through “giving by living,” generosity
Chronic poverty, hunger and homelessness can leave even the most committed Christian activists feeling overwhelmed and defeated.
Institutional reports provide awareness that informs intercessory prayer for a variety of ministries — including agencies from the broader Baptist family.
American Baptist Churches Central Region Executive Minister John Williams opened his State of the Region message at the region’s annual gathering Oct. 18-19 in Hesston, Kan., with a memory from his youth — a ride on a passenger train.
They say an army travels on its stomach. According to the proponents of “creation care,” the same can be said of the church. As they observe World Food Day today, those activists are reporting a dawning awareness among mainstream Baptists and other Christians that agriculture,
The Southern Baptist Convention’s top expert on religious liberty concerns says the U.S. Supreme Court should uphold a New York town’s practice of opening its city council meetings with sectarian prayer.