Jamie Aten and Kent Annan write that part of the challenge of mourning our nearly 600,000 dead from COVID-19 in the U.S. has been honoring them while upholding social distancing recommendations.
CBF Heartland Coordinating Council members approved a memorandum of understanding with CBF Global, accepted its nominating committee's report and discussed upcoming events at their March 14 meeting.
In a whirlwind tour through Missouri April 1-3, the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship executive coordinator shared her vision for the CBF in the years ahead. CBF will focus on identity, mission
Eboni Marshall Turman, an ordained minister in the National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc, has been named director of Duke Divinity School’s office of black church studies and assistant research professor of black church studies. Divinity school dean Richard Hays announced the appointment of Marshall
As the second inauguration of President Barack Obama approaches with public ceremonies on Monday, Jan. 21, District of Columbia Baptists will engage in the events in different ways. Amy Sullivan is an editor at the National Journal and author of The Party Faithful: How
The Baptist Union of Great Britain will downsize its national staff from 46 to 32 employees and change the way it works with associations and Baptist colleges to improve how it serves local churches in the 21st century.
The 2012 national meetings of two Baptist groups offer access via web streaming. The Southern Baptist Convention, meeting June 19-20 in New Orleans can be viewed here. The Cooperative Baptist Fellowship's General Assembly meets June 20-23 in Ft. Worth and can be viewed <a
ST. LOUIS (ABP) – The NAACP and National Baptist Convention gathered together Nov. 10-12 in St. Louis to co-sponsor a conference on “Faith, Family and Community Empowerment.”
CHICAGO (ABP) – Roy Medley, general secretary of American Baptist Churches USA, was elected president-elect of the National Council of Churches Nov. 9 at a meeting of the NCC governing board in Chicago.
OSAGE BEACH - Missouri Baptists ended a partnership with El Salvador and took on two new ones at the Missouri Baptist Convention annual