Baptist leaders are among representatives of major faith groups calling for Congress to enact stronger gun control.
A couple's joint sermon calls on Christians to think outside of the box.
A team of Baptists from Virginia has officially launched an initiative to battle malaria in Ghana, where the debilitating disease is the number one cause of death. “More than Nets,” a partnership between the Baptist General Association of Virginia and the Ghana Baptist Convention, aims
The candidate for the position of executive coordinator of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship was introduced at a press conference Jan. 17 at the
As the second inauguration of President Barack Obama approaches with public ceremonies on Monday, Jan. 21, District of Columbia Baptists will engage in the events in different ways. Amy Sullivan is an editor at the National Journal and author of The Party Faithful: How
Are Christians required to give 10 percent of their income to the church? The issue of tithing has perplexed churchgoers for years.
Avoiding malware, keeping antivirus protection up to date, and not clicking strange links are not the only ways to practice safer computing. Keeping your hardware clean and in good working order are also good practices.
Many believers realize making self-improvement commitments to God isn’t so much an annual ritual as a daily -- even moment-by-moment -- discipline that enables them to be sensitive to failures and mindful of successes in their Christian walk.
LIBERTY, Mo. —- Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of Missouri has changed its name to better reflect its make-up. Effective Jan. 1, the group became Cooperative Baptist Fellowship-Heartland.
Christian organizations across the country — including Woman’s Missionary Union of Texas — are encouraging believers to pray Jan. 11-13 for an end to human trafficking, the world’s third-largest criminal activity.