After a month of public controversy surrounding the firing of a Baptist college professor who allegedly first sought to oust other professors, trustees of Southwest Baptist University in Bolivar, Mo., affirmed the firing of the professor for misconduct, reaffirmed their support for the Baptist Faith
The volunteer security team at Ava Assembly of God in Missouri is one of hundreds of teams created in recent years by churches and synagogues to keep followers safe. According to several security companies and nonprofits that specialize in providing safety training to religious institutions,
Sandino, Cuba (CNN) - Parishioners wiped away tears and gave thanks to God as the first Roman Catholic church built since the 1959 Cuban revolution opened its doors on Saturday.
That the communist-run government allowed a new Catholic church to be built, with two more on the way, represents
PHILADELPHIA (BP) -- Every January, as Drexel University campus minister Brian Musser, Baptist prepares for the return of college students for the winter term, he finds himself praying harder and asking for more prayer for the students because of the depression and pressure that often
(RNS) — Tech Shabbat is a modern twist on an ancient religious practice, which is attracting the attention of burned-out millennials and others who are exhausted by trying to keep up in an increasingly connected and fast-paced world.
History focuses on the tragedies and heroic events of people as they struggle against armies, vanquish ruthless oppressors and build empires. The story of Israel is not shaped by military and political success, but by the steadfast love of God and his grace.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — Deacon Darryl and Deaconess Brenda Musgrove are seeing both sides of the government shutdown — on the job and off.
He is working without pay for the Department of Justice. She’s out of work from her contracting officer position with the Department of
WASHINGTON (BP) -- When portions of the federal government shut down, Southern Baptists ramped up their ministries to furloughed federal workers across the country.
A wave of “Bible literacy” bills emerging in state legislatures would allow more students in public high schools to study the Old and New Testaments.
JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — A polarizing Christian politician whose campaign comments ignited the largest protests in years in Muslim-majority Indonesia was freed Thursday after serving nearly two years in prison for blasphemy.