Sports Crusaders, a Missouri-based sports ministry, celebrated its 20th season as a "summer of legacy," serving 2,544 campers and seeing 342 students turn to Jesus as Savior.
Have you ever woken up, trying to remember that great idea that you had during the night — only to find out it was the result of indigestion more than inspiration? If so, you’ll understand the inspiration of the annual Bad Burrito Awards for “What
July 29 would have been the 100th birthday of Clarence Jordan, a Southern Baptist minister—well known for his Cotton Patch Bible translation. A month-long celebration of his legacy kicks off Sept. 28-29 with the first-ever Clarence Jordan Symposium at Koinonia Farms, an interracial farming community
When Christmas falls on Sunday, some churches struggle with how to balance worship and family.
WASHINGTON (ABP) – Environmental activists claimed a victory Nov. 10 when President Obama ordered an environmental review of a proposed 1,700-mile oil pipeline from Canada to the Texas Gulf Coast called Keystone XL.
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (ABP) – Freedom of religion and the press are two Baptist gifts important to both church and state, two award recipients said at a May 1 ceremony sponsored by Associated Baptist Press.
First Baptist Church of Jefferson City shared joint worship services, a joint choir and Tony Campolo with First United Methodist Church.