BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (ABP) -- A former American Baptist youth minister who entered and then withdrew a guilty plea of sending nude photos to a 15-year-old girl he was counseling has been convicted of sexual assault.
WINFIELD, Mo. (ABP) -- Thirty years after the Southern Baptist Convention began ridding itself of theological moderates and liberals, a prominent Missouri Baptist layman is warning that the nation's largest non-Catholic faith group now faces a different kind of liberalism from within.
A former Southern Baptist Convention officer called the murder of a controversial abortion provider in Kansas an answer to prayer, and he told a talk show host he also is praying for President Obama to die. An SBC official insists most Southern Baptist are
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (ABP) -- A Southern Baptist Convention spokesman said June 4 that a former official who is praying for the death of President Obama is
BUENA PARK, Calif. — While most pro-life leaders condemned the May 31 murder of a controversial abortion provider inside his Wichita, Kan., church, one former Southern Baptist Convention official called it an answer
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A former Southern Baptist pastor arrested in 2007 on charges that he sexually abused two teenage boys has avoided prison — for now.
TAYLORS, S.C. — A former president of the Southern Baptist Convention said he is "deeply concerned" about comments by Purpose Driven Life author Rick Warren that a recent court decision allowing gay marriage is not part of his agenda.
WACO, Texas (ABP) — A Waco judge on April 9 agreed to reduce bail to $250,000 for a former Texas Baptist minister charged with the 2006 murder of his wife. Determined to avoid a media circus surrounding the pending trial of Matt Baker, 19th State
Homer Earl DeLozier, executive director of St. Louis Baptist Association (now St. Louis Metro Baptist Association) from 1955 until his retirement in 1976, died Feb. 11 at The Baptist Home in Ironton at the age of 101.
By Vicki Brown Word&Way Correspondent CAMDENTON — For a third time, Camden County Planning and Zoning commissioners delayed action on a zoning change that would allow land formerly owned by Windermere Baptist Conference Center to be developed. Although county planning director Chris Hall had sought