As Missouri Baptist Convention leaders sought to justify their decision to sue five Missouri Baptist institutions, they made some promises to messengers and other Missouri
The Missouri Baptist Foundation has filed a motion with the Missouri Court of Appeals, Western District, to uphold a stay of a Cole County ruling last June that would turn governance of the agency back to the Missouri Baptist Convention.
A Camden County judge has granted summary judgment to Windermere Baptist Conference Center and several financial institutions the Missouri Baptist Convention Executive Board filed in Camden County Circuit Court in 2006. The judge
Facing a looming deadline, Missourians for Responsible Lending and Give Missourians a Raise dropped efforts on Sept. 4 to get two initiatives on the ballot in November. But organizers say the fight is far from over to bring economic dignity to the state's residents.
PHOENIX (ABP) – The Southern Baptist Convention adopted a debated resolution June 15 calling for “a just and compassionate path to legal status” for undocumented immigrants.
BENTON, Ark. (ABP) -- A music minister convicted of molesting young boys at a Southern Baptist church in Arkansas got a parole hearing two years into a 10-year prison sentence, while a British Baptist minister jailed in Virginia for similar crimes will wait a little
Even though it has had a fund in place since 2003 for gifts to cover cost of litigation, the Missouri Baptist Convention will dip into its reserves to pay legal fees due now.
Meeting April 13 at the Baptist Building, Executive Board
RAMONA, Calif. (ABP) -- The lawyer representing a former Southern Baptist Convention official challenging the legitimacy of Barack Obama's presidency says there is legal precedent for courts to remove a sitting chief executive officer if the individual is found ineligible to serve.