One is an ordained pastor in Brooklyn, the other a single mother and children’s book author in New Jersey. Both drive for Lyft. Both share the word of God as roving preachers.
“It can be fun to do good for others,” says Jeff Scott, pastor of Northside Baptist Church in Mechanicsville, Va. That’s why the congregation is asking area voters, “Which presidential candidate is the most full of beans?” and using donations of canned beans to benefit
ST. LOUIS - On Saturday morning, volunteers assemble to sort through groceries that will be distributed to Bosnians. Volunteers listen as the ministry's coordinators interact in the Bosnian language, sharing the gospel as bodies are fed.
ST. LOUIS - Reed Hanna of St. Louis knows prison routine firsthand. Convicted of violating a prisoner's civil rights, the former federal deputy served time. Both as an officer and as an inmate, Hanna saw the effect prison has on offenders and
Kansas City area churches take Jesus' words to heart when He said to care for the "least of these." Through a variety of ministries in their churches and communities, they provide food, school supplies, Christmas gifts and their time to carry out
Clergy wellness means different things at different stages of a ministry, and ministers who come to Ministering to Ministers Foundation are at a point of personal or professional crisis.
RICHMOND, Va. -- Tornadoes kept Virginia Baptists’ disaster relief ministries on its toes during the first half of April, as severe weather caused damage in two widely-separated parts of the state -- along the Chesapeake Bay and in the mountains of Southwest Virginia.
When it comes to employment law, maintaining church-state separation becomes a delicate balance between preventing the state from interfering in church polity and governance while still protecting workers.
MISSISSAUGA, Ontario (ABP) -- Leaders of Canada’s largest Baptist body have, for the first time, appointed a non-Caucasian to their top executive post.
A year-long outreach effort with international students at Wayland Baptist University culminated recently in a trip to Austin and San Antonio, where about a dozen students