Eboni Marshall Turman, an ordained minister in the National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc, has been named director of Duke Divinity School’s office of black church studies and assistant research professor of black church studies. Divinity school dean Richard Hays announced the appointment of Marshall
The head of Association of Baptists for Scouting says it is neither necessary nor desirable for churches to leave the Boy Scouts of America because the organization no longer excludes youth based on their sexual orientation.
IRONTON, Mo. — Well-wishers braved cool weather — some traveled through snow to get there — to celebrate the 100th anniversary of The Baptist
A Virginia Baptist pastor describes his church's opportunity to host Muslim students for a spring break service project a "Kingdom moment."
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.
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.
The Religious Herald and Associated Baptist Press have agreed in principle to a merger of their operations, creating a new Baptist media platform which leaders of the two news organizations said will enhance the mission and heritage of both.
Donald Rutledge, a renowned photographer whose images of mission activities are familiar to Baptists around the world, died Feb. 19 at 82. Rutledge’s work was published in magazines and books around the globe, winning more than 400 awards. He worked for the Black Star photo
Residents, current and former staff members, and other friends gathered in the chapel of The Baptist Home at Arcadia Valley Jan. 21 to celebrate