The Arkansas Baptist News (ABN) recently dissolved its autonomous board of directors and became a convention-run publication, according to an Arkansas Baptist State Convention (ABSC) press release Feb. 4.
RALEIGH, N.C. (RNS) — How do you understand the meaning of life and death? And, more urgently, how do you grieve? J. Dana Trent is helping to facilitate discussions about a good death, both in the classroom and to church groups.
How we build trust in a digital age is of utmost importance to Christians. We can’t know our neighbors at arms’ length. The model that the sharing economy has created over the past decade might show the way to connect.
Christian ministries in Honduras, Guatemala, and El Salvador know they are in for a tough year. The US government has drastically cut aid to the three Central American countries in response to the large number of refugees who have fled north to seek asylum in
Fort Worth, Texas (BP) -- Southern Baptists remembering an historic revival that swept through Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas, say remembering what God did in the midst of one divisive period of American history should motivate believers to pray for it again.
(RNS) — Two years ago, Vineyard United Methodist Church was in trouble. They chose to change, pulling out pews cancelling some traditional events, and . gradually tweaking services. The first few changes were the hardest, according to co-pastor Jim Hein. But each one built trust
(The Conversation) Ever, for luck, rapped your knuckles on a wooden table or doorframe? Americans accompany this action by saying, “Knock on wood.” In Great Britain, it’s “Touch wood.” They knock on wood in Turkey, too.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Charity watchdogs for years have raised concerns about the blurred lines between for-profit businesses tied to Jay Sekulow, one of President Donald Trump’s lead attorneys during the impeachment trial, and the complex web of non-profit entities he and his family control.
MIAMI (BP) -- Stefen Wisniewski of the Kansas City Chiefs thought he had everything figured out during his teenage years in Pennsylvania. "I thought I was successful, doing well in sports and academics and all that. And God really humbled me."