Divinity is chopping faculty slots and has lost students steadily in recent years at Liberty University, which has long said religion is central to its programs.
Urging churches to provide adequate financial care for their pastors, other ministers and staff members during less-than-stellar financial times might seem a stretch. After all, gifts to many churches are down even as members struggle with unemployment and, in other cases, less
The Baptist Union of Great Britain will downsize its national staff from 46 to 32 employees and change the way it works with associations and Baptist colleges to improve how it serves local churches in the 21st century.
Most Baptist entities these days are challenged not only to be more effective but to be more efficient as they deal with shrinking income, whether they be state or national conventions, regional associations, ministry-specific agencies and organizations or the local church.
One third of Kentucky Baptist Convention employees are opting to resign or retire early in anticipation of a reorganization of the Baptist Building staff in Louisville.
Cindy R. Elmore has joined the staff of the Virginia Baptist Foundation as director of donor relations. Elmore, a former development director for non-profits in Virginia, assumed her role in early October.
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – Norman Jameson, a veteran Baptist journalist whose bylines have appeared recently in Associated Baptist Press, has joined the advancement staff at Wake Forest University. Jameson, 58, serves as assistant dean for development for the WFU School of Divinity.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (ABP) – An international student ministry that partners with the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship has hired a staff member to spearhead a new initiative to help theologically moderate churches discover God’s calling for both clergy and laity.
RICHMOND, Va. -- Norman Jameson, former editor of a North Carolina Baptist newspaper, has joined the staff of the Religious Herald as a contributing writer.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (ABP) -- Directors of Arkansas Baptists’ newspaper have elected a Southern Baptist North American Mission Board official as the publication’s