Community development, strategic coalitions and sensitivity to others are keys in Central Baptist Theological Seminary's approach to prepare students for urban
Sitting in a classroom isn't the only way today's college, university and seminary students grasp concepts. More and more higher education institutions
Sarah Barnes recalls when she and others went to Tom Nelson, then pastor of First Baptist Church, Jefferson City, back in 1960, and asked about beginning a Bible study class for handicapped children and adults. Now 51 years later, she still teaches the Gordon Barnes
KUMASI, Ghana (ABP) -- Baptists in Ghana are mourning the deaths of four ministerial students killed Dec. 11 in a bus crash while on their way to a classmate's wedding.
KITALE, Kenya (ABP) -- A Kenyan girl sits with her baby doll in hand, smile on her face, changing the doll’s clothes and doing its hair. Minutes later, she places the baby doll into the arms of another child -- with no
UNIONVILLE — On most days, the raucous cries of seasoned auctioneers fills the sale barn at the Putnam County Fairgrounds. But from June 9-12,
What does Christianity look like in a country where over 90 percent of the population is Buddhist? Central
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Ten Chillicothe teens collected $1,000 for world hunger and participated in a 24-hour fast to catch a glimpse of the plight of the world's poor. Their youth director believes young people will step up to "do big things" and meet needs when they are challenged
“What does this mean?” is a question that Ron and Ina Winstead are accustomed to hearing.
After spending 30 years working with the Chinese people
Like innovators of the past who used the printing press, radio and television to spread the gospel, a growing number of Christians today are taking their message to social media such as Facebook, Twitter, blogs, podcasts, YouTube, Flickr and MySpace.