Editor Brian Kaylor reflects on the second impeachment of Donald Trump, the role of religion in the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol, and biblical stories of Moses and Jesus that offer a different path.
We've all had the experience of trying to recall something -- a name, picture or old book. Whether it's in the back of our mind or on the tip of our tongue, it's maddening trying to make the mental connection to free those memories. Word&Way's
ASHEVILLE, N.C. (ABP) -- Dynamite pulling down mountain tops and satellite dishes pulling down a homogenizing signal are making Appalachia as a clearly defined region disappear before our eyes, according to longtime Appalachian watcher, minister and historian Bill Leonard.
RICHMOND, Va. -- Friends and family members of Cecil Edwin Sherman filled the spacious sanctuary of River Road Church, Baptist, in Richmond, Va., April 20 to celebrate his life in the first of two scheduled memorial services.
PITTSBURGH (ABP) -- Faith leaders including the missions coordinator of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship said the Sept. 24-25 G-20 Summit in Pittsburgh provided a unique opportunity to raise their concerns about
Baptists in the United States—who find themselves members of a religious majority or plurality in many areas—would do well to remember their humble beginnings as a persecuted minority and to reconsider the dangers of a “majoritarian faith,” Baptist scholar Doug Weaver urged at a recent
By Ken Satterfield Word&Way Just because you come across a worthy cause doesn’t mean it is the best means to give. As with church offerings, we want to know the money or materials we donate will go the furthest. Questions to ask include: