LYNCHBURG, Va. -- Virginia Baptists’ 2012 ministry budget will be almost $1 million less than their current one, if they adopt a proposal next month at the annual meeting of the Baptist General Association of Virginia.
TAMPA, Fla. (ABP) – A Florida judge said July 19 that a prominent Southern Baptist church does not have to pay $4.75 million in damages awarded last year to a man injured seven years earlier on a church-sponsored youth ski trip.
ATLANTA (ABP) -- Deep staff cuts announced in January will help reduce the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship's budget shortfall in the 2010-2011 fiscal year by more than $1.1 million, officials said in response to questions by Associated Baptist Press.
The number of commitments by African youth to sexual purity through True Love Waits International stands at more than 959,000 since LifeWay Christian Resources launched its strategic initiative there in summer 2007.
CHICAGO (ABP) -- America's five largest historically African-American Baptist organizations are cooperating to raise $50 million to help rebuild Haiti and provide aid to victims of a Jan. 12 earthquake that devastated the area surrounding the capital of Port-au-Prince.
ST. LOUIS — Des Peres Baptist Church in suburban St. Louis no longer exists as a church, but the now-defunct congregation’s legacy is creating fresh excitement. A dozen or more former members of the church, affiliated with American Baptist Churches
By Vicki Brown Word&Way Correspondent CAMDENTON — The Missouri Baptist Convention could face paying more than $10 million to a Springfield developer over land formerly owned by Windermere Baptist Conference Center. William R. Jester of Springfield filed a counterclaim to legal action the MBC Executive