KANSAS CITY -- The 10-year-old dispute between the Missouri Baptist Foundation and the Missouri Baptist Convention has landed back in Cole County Circuit Court.
A three-judge panel for the Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District, ruled Sept. 18 that
Humor can help ease tension, wipe away some stress and make a person feel better, even in the middle of tragedy. Greene County Baptist Association churches found a way to open that release to Spring River Baptist Association pastors still helping Joplin residents recover from
A North Carolina county is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn an appeals court’s ruling that prayers offered in Jesus’ name at meetings of the county’s board of commissioners are a constitutionally impermissible endorsement of religion.
WASHINGTON (ABP) – A Baptist church-state watchdog group urged the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to uphold a lower-court’s decision barring a North Carolina county commission from opening its meetings with prayers in Jesus’ name.
JEFFERSON CITY — The Missouri Baptist Foundation is appealing a Cole County decision that would have forced the entity to return control to the Missouri Baptist Convention. The Foundation filed a notice of appeal to the Missouri Court of Appeals on Feb.
The Missouri Baptist Foundation is seeking an amendment to a recent Cole County judge's order or a stay on the ruling's effects to give the institution time to appeal the decision.
The Missouri Baptist Convention has won its legal action against the Missouri Baptist Foundation in Cole County Circuit Court after nearly nine years of litigation. But the legal wrangling likely is not over.
BALTIMORE (ABP) -- A Maryland county will pay a Baptist church $3.25 million and allow construction of a Christian school that government officials have opposed for eight years under terms of a settlement reached Nov. 18 in federal court.
A federal court has refused to hear the ongoing Baptist struggle over 1,300 acres at Lake of the Ozarks, returning one case to the state district court at Camden County.
KANSAS CITY — The ongoing Baptist struggle over 1,300 acres at Lake of the Ozarks has moved to federal court. On June 23, the Missouri Baptist Convention filed a motion to send its legal action in Camden County against Windermere Baptist Conference Center to the