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The Missouri Baptist Convention took an unprecedented move when it filed a motion for declaratory judgment against The Baptist Home, Missouri Baptist University, Windermere Baptist Conference Center, Word&Way and the Missouri Baptist Foundation in August 2002. (The convention dropped its lawsuit against Word&Way in April 2010.) This legal action timeline includes
The death of Osama bin Laden and the reactions it produced among people of faith was rated the No. 1 religion news story of 2011 by the nation's leading religion journalists.
Charitable giving is trickling back up as the economy heals, but it could take years to return to pre-recession levels, nonprofit leaders say.
The angel's announcement of the Savior's birth to the shepherds on that holy night so long ago was marvelous. They were given a sign that they would find a baby
As a child, during the advent season, my brother and I would lie in bed each evening, and one of us would ask the other: "What if tonight was Christmas Eve?"
One of my biggest pet peeves is having to wait. I am not a patient waiter. I drive out of my way to avoid sitting in traffic. Standing in line
When told the Scripture focus this year is "waiting," one of my first thoughts was one day when Bob and I stopped in Columbia to have lunch with
FALLS CHURCH, Va. (ABP) – Leaders of the Baptist World Alliance traveled to Nashville, Tenn., to meet Dec. 19 with leaders of the Southern Baptist Convention, a founding member of the BWA that withdrew in 2004 over theological differences.
A draft of Baylor University’s new strategic plan underscores the school’s desire to be known as “a national research university that resolutely embraces its Christian identity.” However, the draft focuses on broad aspirations for the school’s future—not specific mandates.