Internet-based Bible studies at First Baptist Church in Richmond, Va., are geared toward people who are interested in exploring spiritual matters but "will not or cannot come into this or any other church building."
ASHEVILLE, N.C. (ABP) – A total of 87 pastors and lay leaders made up the first graduating class of prison chaplains in Cuba June 16. Co-sponsored by the Ecumenical Council of Churches in Cuba and the Ecumenical Seminary in Matanzas, the graduation took place at
ROANOKE RAPIDS, N.C. (ABP) — Tensed like a hungry cat watching a mouse emerge from a hole in the floor I watched the string of numbers on my lottery ticket as Anna Anderson read aloud numbers on the ticket she had just drawn at the
By Robert Dilday Virginia Religious Herald FALLS CHURCH, Va.—An eye-opening visit by a Baptist Sunday School class to a Moscow hospital nearly 20 years ago sparked a project that today provides millions of dollars in medical supplies to almost 100 countries around the world.