As more doors open to Baptist women in ministry, increasing numbers of pastor moms—and their churches—are looking for ways to balance the competing demands of the ministry and motherhood.
Congregations must consider several aspects when trying to decide whether to relocate their facilities -- their understanding of God's mission for them, finances, cultural changes and member needs, among a host of others.
CORRECTION: This story was edited May 9 to correct an error in the first sentence. We regret the error.
The Baptist Collegiate Ministries at Vanderbilt University has reversed course and now says it will not comply with the school’s new non-discrimination policy.
Word&Way is expanding its scope both geographically and among the wider Baptist family in an effort to increase our effectiveness to the Baptists we serve, just as others have done in the news journal's 116 years of service.
A wave of immigrants entering the United States presents a particular challenge to Christians who seek to minister among them, the director of missions for a metropolitan association of churches noted.
A portable sawmill helped Texas Baptist Men volunteers working in Bastrop see two central tenets of the Christian faith—rebirth and restoration—play out before their eyes.
The regional meeting of the New Baptist Covenant II hosted by St. Luke Memorial Baptist Church in St. Louis began with a spirited worship service
Can churches retain theological integrity and still find common ground with people who hold differing beliefs?
Would you like to save money and be ready to minister when a need arises?
Teresa Robinson of Climax Springs believes couponing fills the bill -- actually cuts it, often by more than half and allows avid coupon users the ability
Dakota Baptists -- not the North American Mission Board -- made the ultimate decision to adopt changes in leadership structure and ministry approach. The interim executive director quells rumors that NAMB changes led to staff defections.