Adopt a lifestyle of gratitude throughout the year — celebrating the season and offering a precious gift all year long, Word&Way Editor Bill Webb encourages.
Central Baptist Theological Seminary has received two foundation gifts, totaling $1.7 million, that will be used for operations and for sustaining its newest master of divinity program.
Word & Way trustees adopted a 2011 budget, extended service of two board members and elected officers for next year Nov. 9.
Americans are being more generous to religious charities, but why are they skimping on their giving to churches? A new report found that from 2007 to 2008, giving to religious charities went up, but giving to churches went down.
About a dozen young Christian men and women have made the rough-and-tumble Barberry Village complex in Gresham, Ore., their home. Their goal: create a sense of community in a chaotic neighborhood overrun with drugs, prostitution and gangs.
WASHINGTON (ABP) -- A coalition of more than 60 religious, veterans, academic and advocacy groups called on the U.S. military Nov. 10 to extend conscientious-objector status to soldiers who believe a specific war is immoral.
Since 1998, Missouri law has required venues -- including churches -- to collect withholding taxes on performances by out-of-state entertainers, even if congregants gave a love offering in appreciation.
News of his death was no surprise. His wife of well over half a century had died months earlier. She had been his caregiver, and news of her death was unexpected. With his long-standing health issues, most people, including him, assumed he would go
IRONTON - Baptists in Missouri who participated in the Missouri Department of Transportation No MOre Trash! Bash in April may have recognized the
DALLAS (ABP) -- Texas Rangers outfielder Josh Hamilton told a Texas Baptist mega-church Nov. 7 that he would not have overcome the alcohol and drug addiction that nearly cost him his baseball career without God's help.