U.S. Sen. Raphael G. Warnock, as pastor of Atlanta’s Ebenezer Baptist Church, gave a sermon Sunday for Easter. But it was a tweet from the Georgia Democrat’s account that day that has triggered far more discussion about theology and politics and what it means to
An expert in church-state issues says recent remarks by vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan show even after 50 years, many Americans misunderstand a landmark Supreme Court ruling that banned mandatory prayer recitations in public schools.
After more than five decades of ministry, George Harrison, pastor emeritus of First Baptist Church-NBC in Waco and a veteran church musician, understands what African-American Christians have gained and lost in the last half-century.
Air Force chaplain Kevin Humphrey's last quarterly report to the North American Mission Board's chaplaincy group reads like the script of a Hollywood blockbuster.
In a new memoir set in the twilight of his remarkable life, Graham reveals a lesser-known side of himself—a grieving and ailing widower who has difficulty getting up from a chair or putting on his shoes.
HONOLULU -- Standing in the exhibit hall during the Baptist World Congress in Honolulu, Paul Montacute surveys the array of displays and smiles with delight.
President Obama’s first proposed budget signals a dramatic shift in prioritizing domestic poverty, centrist and liberal Christian leaders said.
Editor's note: This is the introduction of a seven-part series in which Word&Way will examine aspects of the ongoing conflict between the Missouri Baptist Convention and five related institutions. "Everyone around here is kind of befuddled. I used to ask my pastor about what