As people across the country consider racism and racial injustices, columnist Wade Paris reflects on racial issues emerging at various churches during his decades as a pastor.
Columnist Christopher Dixon admits feeling fatigue amide coronavirus, racial injustices, and more. But he also sees the importance of churches and Christians staying engaged and listening.
Each day seems to bring new changes and closures related to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. We've compiled communication and ministry resources along with links and welcome your crowdsourcing suggestions as well.
After watching historic political events recently unfold and talking to dear friends on both sides of the issues at hand, I am once again reminded of how dangerous it is to live in a bubble of our own making. A political bubble has its obvious
Former President Jimmy Carter, now in his mid-90s, has continued to teach a Sunday School class at Maranatha Baptist Church in Plains, Ga., usually twice a month. It’s an expression of what Carter has always considered his core calling, above even politics: that of a
A disconnect exists in U.S. Protestant congregations between leaders affirming responsibility for ministry to immigrants regardless of documentation and churches actually doing so, according to a LifeWay Research report published Feb. 20.
WASHINGTON (BP) -- When portions of the federal government shut down, Southern Baptists ramped up their ministries to furloughed federal workers across the country.
TUSCALOOSA, Alabama (BP) -- Alabama running back Josh Jacobs and three other Crimson Tide football players provided a pleasant surprise for a 13-year-old boy while delivering a mattress and bed to a Tuscaloosa home in partnership with Calvary Baptist Church's S.D. Allen Ministry.
MONROEVILLE, Ala. (The Alabama Baptist) -- One day Tommy Lee looked out the window and decided it was perfect plane-washing weather. He got the hose out
Most in ministry agree that having family members who share the vocation has been a tremendous help along the way.