In March, Word&Way launched the podcast "Baptist Without An Adjective," and released 47 episodes in 2018, attracting listeners form 35 states, Washington, D.C., Puerto Rico and 36 other countries.
What were the 10 most-listened to episodes of "Baptist Without An Adjective" in 2018?
Indonesia and Australia are the world’s most generous countries, according to a Gallup report published Dec. 12. The report focused on more than charitable giving in order to assess a nation’s generosity more broadly.
On Nov. 28, officials at Southwest Baptist University fired a tenured associate professor after that professor met with Missouri Baptist Convention leaders over the past three years in an effort to drive out other professors in the school’s Redford College of Theology and Ministry.
NASHVILLE (BP) -- Brett Kern may make a living playing football, but it was a game of softball that changed his life.
(RNS) — It was the night before Christmas, and not a creature was stirring. Except for the mice at St. Nicholas Church in Oberndorf, Austria, who were busy chewing through the bellows of the organ. Their handiwork left the church's priest, the Rev. Joseph Mohr, scrambling to find
(RNS) — Faith-based organizations in Canada are welcoming changes to the federal government’s summer jobs program that remove language interpreted by many to require support for abortion.
There is something about the Christmas season that is sure to light up most any face (except for the most die-hard Scrooge), especially as we get closer to the big day. And it seems that the Christ of Christmas shows himself to us in several
Built around the same time as the birth of Jesus, the magnificent Tropaeum Alpium celebrated the victory of Caesar Augustus over the tribes in the Alpine region a decade earlier. Near the same time Augustus built the monument celebrating his military, political and religious might, the
ATHENS, Ga. (BP) -- As a young man, Franklin Scott sensed a strong call to ministry but clearly knew it wouldn't be in the pastorate. "But back in those days being a pastor was about the only way to respond," he says on the eve
WHEATON, Ill. (RNS) — For popular Bible teacher Beth Moore, the church always has been a safe harbor. That was especially true when she was growing up. Church was a place where she could escape from the sexual abuse she experienced at home, she said.