One sister turned to God in praise, the other in anger when their husbands died together in 2000. What followed were new lives and strengthened faith.

Published in Faith
Wednesday, 08 October 2014 13:13

Dallas Ebola patient Eric Duncan dies

Eric Duncan, the first U.S. Ebola patient, has lost his battle with the disease.

Published in People

 Pastors report a rise in “do-it-yourself” funeral ceremonies.

Published in Culture

The billionaire inventor of the boneless, fried Chick-fil-A sandwich was as well known for his Christian faith as his business acumen.

Published in People
Wednesday, 27 August 2014 12:13

Missing Gwen

Searching for the grave of a friend, a Baptist leader realizes that more than a tombstone is missing.

Published in Commentaries

Two Baptist churches in North Carolina are baffled by the deaths of a well-liked couple that police say resulted from a murder and a suicide.

Published in Congregations

In a spring filled with illness and death, here are a few hard-earned “lessons before dying.”

A second memorial service is being planned at a later date in Louisville, Ky., where the pioneering Baptist ethicist taught 20 years before moving west to Fuller Theological Seminary in 1997.

Published in People

A longtime Southern Seminary professor who led a generation of ministers to embrace peacemaking as an aspect of the gospel message succumbed to cancer over the weekend.

Published in People
Monday, 24 March 2014 10:15

Former WMU leader Willene Pierce dies

The founder and recently retired executive director of Native American LINK died unexpectedly at the Baptist Hospital in Oklahoma City.

Published in People
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