Liberty University has long bragged about being one of America’s largest Christian colleges, but this year, even after suffering its first loss by one point on Saturday, it can also boast about its nationally ranked football team. But to get there, the school was willing to
In a whirlwind tour through Missouri April 1-3, the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship executive coordinator shared her vision for the CBF in the years ahead. CBF will focus on identity, mission
When Southwest Baptist University President C. Pat Taylor handed a diploma to Minda Cox at spring graduation, every student, faculty and staffer’s hand invisibly reached to grasp it
I received my first pair of glasses after my first eye exam as an adult. The conversation went something like this: “Having trouble with your vision?” “Yes, Sir. I’ve noticed I have particular difficulty when I read my
WASHINGTON (ABP) – The U.S. Supreme Court has upheld a lower-court ruling that the Christian humanitarian organization World Vision can fire employees over religious doctrine.
TAMPA, Fla. (ABP) -- Hundreds of listening sessions by the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship 2012 Task Force have surfaced identity, community and ministry as the three themes of greatest concern to CBF members.
A worship leader's passion for music education and spiritual unity in Eastern Europe has enveloped at least one Baptist leader in Missouri.
A high school student's vision four years ago and a continued commitment of Smith-Cotton High's National Honor
Society means 60 to 80 Sedalia residents enjoy
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (ABP) — After two decades with the Alliance of Baptists, Stan Hastey said in his final "State of the Alliance" address April 18 he hopes the progressive