VIDALIA, Ga. — A Baptist pastor who hasn't seen his two children since they disappeared 20 years ago with their maternal grandparents says he is disappointed with a plea
No one who has talked with Southern Baptist Convention president Johnny Hunt can doubt that he is a man who is deeply concerned about dipping baptism figures in the SBC. For the fourth straight year Southern Baptist churches baptized fewer people than the year before.
Talk to a child for very long and you will hear a question. Then you will probably hear a follow-up question. And then another. Those little inquiring minds want to know. “Why?” “How?” “I don’t understand; explain that to me.” They are like little
A proposal that the Missouri Baptist Convention budget Cooperative Program funds to pay attorneys’ fees and court costs in its lawsuits against five institutions has generated a buzz among the state’s Baptists.
Seniors in Cape Girardeau are arriving to church prepared to step onto the red carpet.
A friend of mine recently was terminated from his job. In the exit interview, he was accused of misusing company e-mail by the way he identified some of his co-workers and supervisor. Isn’t this an issue of improper surveillance of an employee?
Most American parents believe their parenting skills and family lives are pretty good, but they are reluctant to describe their homes as peaceful, relaxed or joyful.
The vast majority of parents hope their children grow up to live good lives. But, for many, parental success does not include faith in God —
If churches want to minister to families of children with learning differences they must deal with a "sea of denial" about the problem, according to author Maren Angellotti.
Thanks to an "open adoption" policy, when family members gather to celebrate holidays and birthdays of 4-year-old Evelyn Rose and her 2-year-old brother, Daniel, reunions include