EASTON, Md. (ABP) – While many are celebrating pro-democracy movements in the Middle East and North Africa known collectively as Arab Spring, a Christian broadcasting ministry celebrates 15 years of wholesome family programming.
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.
KANNAPOLIS, N.C. (ABP) -- Charles Cannon built First Baptist Church in Kannapolis, N.C., when Cannon Mills provided both engine and fuel for the aging textile town 27 miles north of Charlotte. He wanted a good church for his workers, so he had First Baptist
Before a church launches a multisite ministry, it must select and secure a site, assemble a leadership team, raise funds and work through logistical details. But Northview Baptist Church in Lewisville has discovered the most difficult task sometimes may be education.
Women from across the state were encouraged to be "unhindered!" in their service to the Lord at the Missouri Woman's Missionary Union/Women's Ministry M-Counter weekend April
Carol Bercian directs a ministry in Guatemala City that reaches out to people -- especially women and children -- who live in or on the edge of the city dump where they scavenge for food and for items to sell for food. The ministry provides
Being doers of the Word and not hearers only, as the writer of James put it, is required of believers. And it can be deeply meaningful, both to the doer and the recipient of the service or ministry. But in doing anything for God and
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (ABP) – Evelyn Stagg, a trailblazer for Southern Baptist women in ministry, died Feb. 28. She was 96.
Children ask questions — lots of them — about life and their relationships to parents, coaches and other students. Now a devotional book not only provides God's answers for children, but also supports a ministry specifically for them.
With the Internet closing in on television as Americans’ main source of national and international news, churches increasingly are viewing social-networking applications like Facebook as ministry tools.