How can pastors preach on subjects like gun violence without disturbing the peace in their own congregations?
Debates about gun violence stir strong emotions, and Christians hold varied views on what it means to “seek peace and pursue it,” as the psalmist wrote.
Steadily declining mission trips to Mexico due to drug violence has left many Mexicans feeling abandoned just when their anxiety levels are peaking, missions experts in Texas say.
AUSTIN, Texas (ABP) – The Alliance of Baptists adopted a statement of support April 14 for the family of Trayvon Martin and others who have experienced similar losses.
LONDON (ABP) – Leaders of three British religious bodies issued a joint statement March 15 calling on the United Nations Security Council to condemn Syria’s violent suppression of a year-long uprising that has left more than 8,000 dead.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (ABP) – Former Baptist Women in Ministry leader Kathy Manis Findley recently received an award from the FBI recognizing her efforts to combat domestic violence and child abuse in Arkansas.
FALLS CHURCH, Va. (ABP) – Many Christians have fled Syria as a result of public demonstrations and violent government crackdowns in the Middle Eastern country over the past several months, officials of the Baptist World Alliance reported Sept. 14.
MINA, Nigeria — Easter Sunday turned violent in two cities in Nigeria's northern state of Niger, when young people presumed to be fundamentalist Muslims burned churches in Gwada, while Christian young people in the state capital of Mina defended a Baptist church from a similar
By Jennifer Harris Word&Way News Writer Recent violence in Kenya may not hinder the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship of Missouri’s plans to coordinate a series of ministry trips in 2008 and 2009. Kenya erupted in violence after a Dec. 27 election. Opposition leader Raila