JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — Bobby Shows has always lived full-throttle — from growing up in rural Mississippi, to playing high-profile college basketball, to using his sports skills and
VALLEY FORGE, Pa. (ABP) – An American Baptist leader says one tragedy of the Trayvon Martin shooting is that racial profiling is nothing new for African-American boys and even men.
One in 10 Americans have made a charitable donation using the text messaging feature on their mobile phones, according to a newly-released study produced by the Pew Research Center's Internet & American Life Project and Harvard's Berkman Center for the Internet & Society.
A LifeWay Research survey indicates frequent use of "God talk" actually may be more likely to hurt rather than help a candidate's chances with voters.
With 2.18 billion adherents, Christianity has become a truly global religion over the past century, and the faith has grown exponentially in sub-Saharan Africa.
Food-assistance agencies nationwide serve 1 million more people each week than they did four years ago, according to a national study released Feb. 2. Statewide, the study showed 3 million Texans—including 1.2 million children—received help from a food pantry or soup kitchen.
Each Tuesday when the school bell sounds, Warford Elementary School students rush to the after-school Bible club hosted by members of Grace Point Baptist Church, Kansas City.
HOLTS SUMMIT — Sports Crusaders president Bobby Shows announced his retirement Oct. 12 during the semiannual meeting of the organization’s board and advisory council at its headquarters in Holts Summit. Shows, 66, said he will transition from his role as leader of the Missouri-based ministry
The atmosphere of the Be Clean laundromat in Jefferson City seemed more like a party than a business on May 19 when patrons arrived to discover their laundry was free and snacks were provided. First Baptist Church of Jefferson City sponsored the laundry day