Maintaining and growing the ministry’s impact are Jerry and Janet Hill’s goals in their new positions at Windermere Baptist Conference Center. The pair believes that building upon the past and focusing on God’s plan will ensure the center’s future.
An ancient biblical practice has been adopted by some Baptists in Southwest Virginia in response to increasing hunger needs in America’s uncertain economy. By hand-gathering crops left in fields and orchards after harvest, they are salvaging fresh produce that otherwise would go to waste
In a new memoir set in the twilight of his remarkable life, Graham reveals a lesser-known side of himself—a grieving and ailing widower who has difficulty getting up from a chair or putting on his shoes.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (ABP) -- July 17 marked the 20th birthday of Associated Baptist Press, an independent news service created by and for Baptists interested in a free press during a tumultuous time within the Southern Baptist Convention.
The Census Bureau reports the Hispanic population in the United States has more than doubled in the last 20 years. While that alarms many white Americans who fear losing the privileges that come with being part of a dominant culture, many evangelical Christians view it
By Adelle M. Banks Religion News Service WASHINGTON — When Pentecostal power couple Randy and Paula White recently announced they were headed to divorce court, the most remarkable part of the reaction was that there wasn’t much reaction at all among their supporters.