Elijah Brown, general secretary of the Baptist World Alliance, urged Baptists in St. Louis to “consider, again, the biblical call to engage in hope and with hope.”
Regardless of their own faith background, fire chaplains typically work with people of all faiths and beliefs, outside of traditional congregations or parishes. They provide care to firefighters, family members and members of the public in a range of crucial ways.
Revelations that the accused gunman in a deadly synagogue shooting in California was a church-going Presbyterian prompted response from a small denomination that is part of the “young, restless and reformed” family tree.
(RNS) — When the heartbreaking news came this weekend that Rachel Held Evans had passed away after enduring a medical coma for three weeks, it quickly became clear just how many people she had touched.
With tornado season looming and increased volunteer needs anticipated nationwide, SBDR leaders are asking Southern Baptists to consider opportunities to aid flood relief efforts in Nebraska and Iowa.
(RNS) — Americans who personally know a Muslim are more than twice as likely to have a favorable opinion toward Muslims than those who do not, according to a new report.
A House Committee on Elementary and Secondary Education’s hearing of House Bill 577, which would require all school buildings to prominently exhibit the U.S. national motto, “In God We Trust,” was held on Tuesday (April 30).