Dakota Baptists -- not the North American Mission Board -- made the ultimate decision to adopt changes in leadership structure and ministry approach. The interim executive director quells rumors that NAMB changes led to staff defections.
Halloween may be a few weeks away, but it is never too early to be on the lookout for some potentially nasty tricks that could endanger your computer.
Both died on Wednesday, Oct. 3.
One man was well-known for his creativity and technological innovation. But many people might not have known the other individual who stood with Martin Luther King Jr. and Ralph Abernathy as the third of what some
Charles Wright, who served more than two and a half decades as administrator of Texas Baptist Children’s Home, died Oct. 8 in El Paso at age 85.
MINDEN, La. (ABP) -- A Louisiana Baptist camp director was arrested Oct. 7 for allegedly soliciting sexual favors and sending inappropriate photos of himself to a minor online.
ATLANTA (ABP) -- There was no heated rhetoric, and only a few talking points, when two savvy 30-something Christians -- a Democrat and a Republican -- came to Mercer University to speak about their faith and their work inside the Beltway. The speakers, Katie Paris
LYNCHBURG, Va. -- Virginia Baptists’ 2012 ministry budget will be almost $1 million less than their current one, if they adopt a proposal next month at the annual meeting of the Baptist General Association of Virginia.
Americans in 1860s viewed the Civil War through the lens of God at work in human affairs—a lens left shattered by that bloody conflict, according to historian George Rable.
Todd Mitchell, a 41-year-old Alabama pastor and regional strategist for the American Fellowship of Cowboy Churches, is the organization's new executive director.
Walk around your church. Stand at each entryway and look closely in every direction. Then think like a thief or a criminal.