Southern Baptist military chaplains may plant churches overseas

Citing threats to religious liberty, the North American Mission Board wants to be ready in the event that large numbers of military chaplains resign their jobs as a matter of conscience.

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Some Baptists killed in Nepal quake, while others search for survivors

A church collapse killed a group worshiping at time of the quake. The Baptist World Alliance and others are reporting scores of Christians died on April 27.

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Simmons College recognized as HCBU

A historically African-American college rebuilding with help from the Kentucky Baptist Fellowship cleared an important hurdle when the U.S. Department of Education officially designated it a historically black college or university.

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Troops and other rescuers carry an injured quake victim from rubble in Kathmandu. (United Nations photo)
Troops and other rescuers carry an injured quake victim from rubble in Kathmandu. (United Nations photo)

Baptists join growing army of relief headed to Nepal

Groups are either raising money or sending assessment teams to Nepal — and some are doing both. 

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SBC Pastors Conference disinvites Ben Carson

The likely GOP presidential candidate and leaders of the pre-convention meeting agree that controversy over the invitation could create an unnecessary “distraction.”

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Cody Sanders describes three projects being funded by an Arcus Foundation grant in an Alliance workshop. (BNG photo by Bob Allen)
Cody Sanders describes three projects being funded by an Arcus Foundation grant in an Alliance workshop. (BNG photo by Bob Allen)

Project seeks to get churches talking about issues of sex and racism

The Alliance of Baptists has unveiled a project to help churches begin conversations about LGBT inclusion and racial justice funded by a $104,000 grant by the Arcus Foundation.

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Discussing the future of Baptist journalism were a panel led by Kyle Reese (right), chair of BNG’s board of directors, and (from left) Natalie Aho, BNG interactive communication specialist; Greg Warner, ABP’s first full-time editor; and BNG director Dan Lattimore. (Photo by Norman Jameson)
Discussing the future of Baptist journalism were a panel led by Kyle Reese (right), chair of BNG’s board of directors, and (from left) Natalie Aho, BNG interactive communication specialist; Greg Warner, ABP’s first full-time editor; and BNG director Dan Lattimore. (Photo by Norman Jameson)

From ABP to BNG, Baptist journalists remember past, embrace future

From fundamentalism and financial uncertaintly to apathy and the centrality of the web, Baptist journalists celebrated the 25th anniversary of Associated Baptist Press.

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Marks of leadership

Marks of leadership

Furman’s new president may be one of the few women to lead an American university. But Elizabeth Davis doesn’t want to be evaluated only by her gender.

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How Bill Moyers changed Baptist journalism

How Bill Moyers changed Baptist journalism

Twenty-five years ago, in the midst of controversy, editors launched something new.

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A busy, productive two days at NABF Annual Gathering

Re-election of a general sectretary and reports on church trends in Asia and North America, and on the role of women in ministry, were just some of the agenda items for the organization, which is one of six regions of the Baptist World Alliance.

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