OGALLALA, Neb. (BP) -- A grieving father's Scripture-laden plea for mercy led to a lenient 180-day jail sentence for the truck driver who killed
Missouri ocularist Carolyn O'Neill ministers through her vocation in Haiti and in St. Louis by fitting, shaping and painting ocular prostheses for those who have lost the organ due to
When Southwest Baptist University President C. Pat Taylor handed a diploma to Minda Cox at spring graduation, every student, faculty and staffer’s hand invisibly reached to grasp it
OMAHA, Neb. -- Becoming the youngest among regional ministers for American Baptist Churches-USA was "just luck more than anything," Greg Mamula said. But
Danielle Flintroy described her life as "a complete mess" before arriving at Christian Women's Job Corps. She is this year's recipient of the Sybil Bentley Dove Award, which is given annually to a current or former CWJC participant who advances herself through life
The answer to “What is a Baptist university?” is complex and nuanced, according to panelists assembled by the Baptist History & Heritage Society.
BOILING SPRINGS, N.C. (ABP) – A predominantly white Baptist college in rural North Carolina might seem an unlikely place to find an urban African-American pastor from California known for an agenda of prophetic justice, but Gardner-Webb University just said goodbye to J. Alfred Smith, pastor
Large congregations are more likely than small churches to emphasize evangelism and recruitment of new members but significantly less likely to contact members who stop attending, according to a recent study.
WASHINGTON (RNS) -- Researchers say they’ve found the most religious place on Earth -- between the southern border of the Sahara Desert and the tip of South Africa.
WASHINGTON (ABP) -- A new survey finds broad support across party lines and religious groups for comprehensive immigration reform that reflects the rule of law and respects the dignity and wholeness of immigrants and families.