While many people on organ transplant waiting lists receive lifesaving or life-enhancing transplants each year, many die awaiting a transplant that tragically never comes. April is National Donate Life Month, a time when this life-critical issue is brought to the forefront each year.
The Missouri Baptist Convention has lost its final bid to reclaim Windermere Baptist Conference Center. But a high court ruling does not end legal
here were plenty of big developments for Daniel Vestal to address in his final sermon at the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship general assembly, including approval of the 2012 Task Force report, a distinctive CBF identity for congregations that desire it and a $12.4 million budget.
WASHINGTON (ABP) -- The House of Representatives narrowly passed a bill late Dec. 8 that would offer a path to citizenship for the children of illegal immigrants. Faith leaders are mounting a final push to get the measure through the Senate, where it still faces
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (ABP) -- The last of 10 Americans detained while trying to take 33 children out of Haiti following the Jan. 12 earthquake was released May 17 after a judge found her guilty and sentenced her to time already served in jail.
JEFFERSON CITY — The Missouri Supreme Court denied the Missouri Baptist Convention’s request to rehear its case against Windermere Baptist Conference Center on May 5. The convention has now exhausted its options to overturn Cole County Judge Richard Callahan’s March 4, 2008, ruling in favor