It’s emblazoned on the sign outside Gayton Baptist Church in Richmond. Belong. Believe. Become. Those three verbs — in various word orders — crop up frequently in discussions on evangelism and a congregation’s role in it. For some, it’s a promising harbinger of new
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.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (ABP) – Today’s young Christians aren’t interested in enlisting for the culture wars that created a brand of Christianity focused more on the ballot box than serving others, author and cultural commentator Jonathan Merritt says in a new book due out May 8.<br
Before Christians can bridge racial barriers to work together, they first must get to know each other in worship and fellowship, panelists and speakers told an interracial gathering at the predominantly African-American Zion Hill First Baptist Church in Nacogdoches.
ATLANTA (ABP) -- There was no heated rhetoric, and only a few talking points, when two savvy 30-something Christians -- a Democrat and a Republican -- came to Mercer University to speak about their faith and their work inside the Beltway. The speakers, Katie Paris