Joshua Sharp worries that the decision by Southwest Baptist University trustees to deny tenure and effectively fire Dr. Debbie Walker will undo much of her work as one of the strongest allies for victims of sexual violence on campus at SBU.
WASHINGTON (ABP) -- Baptist groups associated with the North American Baptist Fellowship are pouring into areas affected by deadly spring tornadoes and floods, at the same time they make longer view assessments of how best to help victim families rebuild -- both in the United
By Hannah Elliott and Robert Marus JACKSON, Tenn. (ABP) -- Baptist churches and organizations are both suffering and helping in the wake of deadly tornadoes that devastated the Mid-South Feb. 5-6. According to initial National Weather Service reports, more than 60 tornadoes
Several Baptist agencies offer opportunities for Missouri Baptists who would like to contribute funds to assist victims or who would like to help as clean-up and care of those affected continues.Missouri Baptist Disaster ReliefIndividuals can send monetary contributions to aid hurricane victims to the Missouri
As groups from around the world continue to minister to survivors of the Dec. 26 South Asian tsunami disaster, Missouri Baptists have several avenues to help.The death toll has risen to more than 150,000 since an earthquake triggered the giant wave that hit much of
By Jennifer Harris Ten young people from First Baptist Church in Lee's Summit teamed with youth minister Richard Caldwell to participate in an 11-On-11 Project on Saturday, Sept. 11. The team was part of a larger group of young people from 11 states who