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

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Eddy Ruble, who serves through the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship in Southeast Asia, has extensive experience in providing disaster-response services in that part of the world. 

Published in People

Rescued on a cold winter night, the aging Peruvian woman has warmed hearts and received support from ministries and fellow immigrants.

Published in Ministry

Nearly 70,000 refugees were resettled in the United States in 2014, according to the federal government. Each one represents an opportunity to fufill Scripture's command to safeguard the stranger and the poor, say ministers. 

Published in Ministry

A poll shows that most evangelicals support comprehensive immigration reform, prompting some to assure legislators they have the needed support to enact legislation promoting border security and a path to citizenship. 

Published in Social Issues

Officials say Vanuatu, a South Pacific archipelago and one of the world’s poorest nations, could run out of food in as little as a week.

Published in Missions

A move by an Atlanta megachurch pastor who asked his followers to pay for a new private jet while thousands around him struggle economically ought to challenge all churches to re-examine their financial priorities, say Baptist pastors.

Published in People

Terrell Carter — himself African-American — says perceptions about racism in the Ferguson police department are accurate but that many churches condemning cops are also rife with racism.

Published in Social Issues

From the South to the Northeast, churches in varying degrees are being affected this winter by extremes of cold, snow and ice.

Published in Congregations

A new book by communications professor Carl Kell tells the story of the 1980s SBC “holy war” through the eyes of sons and daughters of moderates disenfranchised by the fray.

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