JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — At his conversion, Malcolm Duncan believes he was given an “innate” sense that the gospel must permeate all aspects of
Just because Jesus told his disciples God alone knows when he will return, that hasn’t prevented 2,000 years of Christian speculation.
A Virginia Baptist pastor describes his church's opportunity to host Muslim students for a spring break service project a "Kingdom moment."
If you catch David and Becky Everly telling stories, they won’t be your run-of-the-mill fish tales. And, chances are, you will remember them.
Abraham Sarker, executive director of Gospel for Muslims, was brought up in a devout Muslim home but became a follower of Jesus Christ. Abdullah Smith, an imam in Houston, grew up in a nominal Christian home but eventually embraced Islam. Each felt something lacking
PRAIRIE VILLAGE, Kan. -- Understanding, intentionality and service were three themes that surfaced repeatedly in a dialogue among Baptists and Muslims April 20 as adherents of the two faiths shared a meal and their hearts.
Missouri Woman's Missionary Union assisted with promotion of the Missouri Baptist Convention's Rheuben L. South Missouri Missions Offering, which exceeded its goal for the first time in 20 years.
Missouri Woman’s Missionary Union honored three women and elected officers during its 89th annual session April 12-13. Meeting at First Baptist Church in Warrensburg, Mo., attendees celebrated the 125th anniversary of the national organization with the theme, "The Story Lives On: Celebrate, Connect, Commit."
Baptists must do their best to sustain and grow The Baptist Home, and thank he Lord for it because it is a gift from God.
IRONTON, Mo. -- Even as The Baptist Home celebrates its 100th birthday, administrators and trustees are planning for its future -- both to minister to older adults at home and abroad.