Like national Baptist bodies, state convention meetings also may need to change to remain viable, leaders of one entity in Missouri believe.
GUNTERVILLE, Ala. (ABP) –- An Alabama Baptist Convention spokesman explained why Baptist churches aren’t joining Methodists, Episcopalians, Catholics and others in protesting the state’s anti-illegal immigration law. “I don’t have the right to speak for the Baptists, because they haven’t passed a resolution,”
A White House advisory council March 9 submitted 164 pages of recommendations on ways the federal government can partner better with faith-based groups in tackling a host of social problems, from poverty to improving interfaith relations.
WASHINGTON — While the fastest-growing religious segment of the United States population is those who are not affiliated with a particular religion, that group is not necessarily comprised of secularists and largely remains open to faith, a new study shows.