RICHMOND, Va. (BP) -- Donald R. Kammerdiener, a longtime missionary and administrator with the International Mission Board, died Wednesday (Jan. 23). He was 82.
In 2010, Panera launched a series of non-profit cafes. This "pay what you want" endeavor is an experiment in charity that goes right to the heart of human nature. It's a battle between ethical concerns, and the way people actually spend their money.
State representatives, advocates and leaders of faith-based organizations gathered on the Texas Capitol steps on Jan. 22 for a human trafficking awareness and prevention bipartisan rally cosponsored by roughly a dozen groups, including the Texas Baptists’ Christian Life Commission.
In high school, I desperately wanted to win a “most likely to” award. They were student nominated and voted, which meant they were a really big deal. It didn’t matter the category. I wanted my name on that list!
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (RNS) — They sat in a circle in a room usually used by high schoolers and talked about the people they loved who no longer recognized them or who had died forgetting the names of family caregivers in their last days.
RICHLANDTOWN, Pa. (RNS) — The seven women, most in wheelchairs, sat in a semicircle facing stained-glass windows and an altar topped with a cross and a statuette of Jesus holding a lamb. Underneath the draped table was an ark-shaped container brimming with small stuffed animals.
(RNS) — When a congregant has dementia, what can a house of worship do? Here are some do's and don'ts.
(The Conversation) This past year, many people deleted their social media accounts following revelations about privacy violations on social media platforms and other concerns related to hate speech. Rather than stop using social media, however, people could use it to improve their overall well-being.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — After 45 years, the March for Life will have more of the feel of a victory party. Advocates and legal scholars say that for arguably the first time since 1973, undoing the Roe v. Wade decision legalizing abortion isn’t just a dream
NASHVILLE (BP) -- In light of "an accelerated rate of erosion" at "brick-and-mortar" stores, LifeWay Christian Resources President Thom Rainer has announced that some LifeWay stores will be closing. The number of stores to close and the timing of those closures has not been announced.