Christians who debate the merits of burial versus cremation may miss a larger issue —- helping people deal with the reality of death, some ministers insist.
WASHINGTON (ABP) – An interfaith leader and Baptist minister said Oct. 15 that a 13-year-old government commission on international religious freedom now facing funding obstacles is too politicized to effectively address the “tremendously important issue” of religious persecution.
ASHEVILLE, N.C. (ABP) -- A Hispanic Baptist pastor arrested last summer by immigration authorities won't find out until September whether he will be deported for a crime committed in 1995.
Childhood Alzheimer's -- a genetic disorder so rare that Brisan and Parker Stults were the first cases ever diagnosed by Children's Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, to the knowledge of the boys' parents. Only about 75 people are living with it in the country
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (ABP) -- Leaders of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of North Carolina solicited urgent prayer Aug. 27 for a Hispanic pastor facing possible deportation for a 15-year-old crime he committed before accepting Christ.
ST. JOSEPH — A small Southern Baptist church near St. Joseph is reportedly standing by its pastor accused of soliciting sex over the Internet with a police officer posing as a 13-year-old girl.