"The Child Safe Zone," a project of Georgia Woman's Missionary Union and Women's Enrichment Ministry, is a result of WMU's Project HELP: Human Exploitation emphasis that focuses on exploitation, including trafficking.
ATLANTA (ABP) – The American Civil War affected Baptists in the South in profound ways that still reverberate more than 150 years after the first shots were fired on Fort Sumter, says a new book by a Baptist historian.
Organizations fighting human trafficking continue to raise awareness about the atrocities of what they call "modern-day slavery," but they're increasingly making practical differences in the lives of victims and in legislation. Faith-based and other organizations are using a variety of methods to
While international attention long since has moved on to other stories like the pro-democracy Arab Spring and U.S. presidential election, the Jan. 12, 2010, earthquake remains a present reality in Haiti, Baptist workers reported on the disaster's second anniversary.
Members of Zeta Chi, one of the Christian sororities on the DBU campus, have adopted As Our Own as their philanthropy project, burdened by the fact others their own age in many countries are subjected to modern-day slavery.
RALEIGH, N.C. (ABP) – A former administrator at a prominent North Carolina moderate Baptist church was arrested recently and charged with embezzling more than $136,000 in church funds over a five-year period.