Today we look at the most famous story in the book called Joshua, which Cecil B. DeMille could have turned into a multimillion dollar hit movie. But this is so much more.
Central Seminary student Andrea Huffman received the Addie Davis Excellence in Preaching Award during the Annual Gathering of Baptist Women in Ministry on Wednesday, June 19, in Birmingham, Ala..
GARDEN CITY, Kan. (BP) --The Cross Rodeo Bible Camp in Garden City, Kan., does just what the title suggests, mixing two traditions -- church camp and rodeo -- into one experience.
Employees of the home goods retailer Wayfair walked off their jobs Wednesday (June 26) after more than 500 workers signed an open letter protesting the sale of $200,000 worth of bedroom furniture to a migrant detention center.
People have access to more tools and communication than ever before. This includes mobile apps – and a custom church app. For some churches, that may be needed. For most, however, it’s just adding to the noise—creating more communication clutter.
Researchers from the University of California, San Diego recently did a literature search to understand what Americans might consider to be a “good death” or “successful dying.” As can be expected, their findings varied. People’s views were determined by their religious, social and cultural norms and influences.
NASHVILLE (BP) -- A Nashville man confessed to setting fires at four area churches, including two Southern Baptist congregations, authorities said Wednesday (June 26).
LONDON (Reuters) - A decades-old U.S. government policy reinstated by President Donald Trump in 2017 that restricts international aid to NGOs that support abortion is linked to a 40% rise in abortions in some parts of sub-Saharan African, a study showed on Thursday (June 27).
The 18-to-29-year-olds missing from predominantly white evangelical churches span two generations. While some of these young people do eventually return, two-thirds of young adults go missing, some for more than a decade.
(RNS) — Fifty percent of practicing Christians say the history of American slavery continues to significantly affect the African-American community today, a Barna study shows.