A holiday tradition since the 1930s, Singing Christmas Trees draw in thousands of visitors who might never otherwise come to church and bring joy and a sense of community to cast and congregation members alike. But this year, COVID restrictions make such events nearly impossible
We are a nation led by people crossing by on the other side of the road.
On Nov. 28, officials at Southwest Baptist University fired a tenured associate professor after that professor met with Missouri Baptist Convention leaders over the past three years in an effort to drive out other professors in the school’s Redford College of Theology and Ministry.
In the gospels, Jesus had to regularly contend with what people thought of him and the people that regularly surrounded him. Whether it was fishermen, tax collectors
(The Conversation) This Sunday, April 16, Christians will be celebrating Easter, the day on which the resurrection of Jesus is said to have taken place. The
Are Baptists and other evangelicals as willing to demonstrate the same commitment to religious liberty for everyone that early theologians did?
Economic and other factors are driving a bivocational ministry trend. But bivos still juggle two jobs and family obligations.
Have you noticed how many people say that there's nothing they really need, yet when Christmas rolls around, they still find gifts under the tree? This column suggests long-lasting gifts that will bless all year long.
The Bible offers the key ingredient Christians — laypeople, ministers and church leaders alike — need to help them learn to lean upon one another. Each believer is a necessary and vital part of the body of Christ.
Prominent Baptists are among about 140 evangelical Christians who endorsed a statement of principles for immigration reform, which includes the call for a path to citizenship or legal status for qualified undocumented immigrants.