Rudy Pulido's desire to preserve Baptists' historic stand on religious freedom has earned him an award named in his honor.
The Helping Hands team in Bloomfield, which began 22 years ago as a quilting ministry, is still going strong making blankets of various sizes and
Christ's church today should be filled with folks like the shepherds of old. Could it be the story of Christ's birth became even more exciting and more important every time they told it? If this is true of us, it is because Christ is the
ATLANTA (ABP) -- The real culprit behind declining baptisms in the Southern Baptist Convention might be youth soccer, says historian Bill Leonard.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (ABP) -- A private, historically Baptist Christian college sparked a national media firestorm when its successful women's soccer coach left her job shortly after telling members of her team that she is gay.
Some people who have experienced significant loss in the recent past find the holiday season extremely difficult. Churches can help reduce the pain for grieving people by dialing back expectations.
Christians can experience joy even in loss—provided they don’t confuse joy with happiness but accept it as a gift from God, several pastors noted.
Chaplain Mark Grace vice president of mission and ministry at Baylor Health Care System, offers suggestions to churches as they seek to minister to people who have sustained loss.
Marcus Gardley's latest production, Every Tongue Confess, seeks answers to the questions that swirled around the spate of arsons that hit black churches in the South in the 1990s.
OMAHA, Neb. (ABP) -- Veteran Midwestern pastor Robin Stoops has been named the new regional minister for the American Baptist Churches of Nebraska, according to the American Baptist News Service.