Affirming what one believes has a long history in religious traditions. Confessions and creeds have often been used to confirm orthodoxy and express communal faith.
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A world-traveling missionary, musician, teacher and civil rights leader, Estella Diggs is a woman even 21st-century women can aspire to be like.
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Chadwick Boseman, who was most known for playing the superhero in the title role of Black Panther, was a person of faith from childhood who shared biblical wisdom along the path of his career. Here are 4 faith facts about the actor who died Friday.
Parents say they miss the religious communities that were a big part of their lives, but they are finding ways to practice their faith with their children.
Editor Brian Kaylor reflects on the sudden ending of the Gospel of Mark and what it means to have faith during a time of uncertainty like the coronavirus pandemic.
The word for 2020 is disorder. Thankfully, writes columnist Terrell Carter, Psalm 93 reminds us that God’s power and authority rises above the disorder of our lives.
Columnist Heather Feeler reflects on a hike that crossed a few creeks, and what she learned from that journey about God, faith, and unexpected times like living in a pandemic.
Barbara Nell “Babs” Baugh as she was laid to rest in Houston, Texas on Saturday (June 20) in a service officiated by Garrett Vickrey, senior pastor at Woodland Baptist Church in San Antonio, Texas; Daniel Vestal, former executive coordinator of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship; and
A Pew Research Center survey conducted April 20-26 found members who have gone online report a larger growth in faith than those whose services have not moved to online streaming.
Born Richard Wayne Penniman in 1932, Little Richard — the musician known for singing, shouting and flamboyant showmanship — was more than a little religious at times during his life. He died on May 5.