Jeff Brumley

Jeff Brumley

Jeff Brumley is assistant editor of Baptist News Global.

Growing up in the Congo gives two missionaries unique insights into the patriarchal,  impoverished culture of Haiti, where they have served nearly 20 years.

Globalization, the Internet and terrorism have awakened many American Christians to the history and contributions of Eastern forms of the faith, experts say.

Some watch too much news. Others ignore it altogether. Yet others suggest a balanced approach: praying the news as a way to express compassion for those in strife. 

But religious conservatives who fear they are being reduced to minority status in American society should embrace the development as a return to prophetic witness, says one scholar.

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

But adult addicts say churches need to present a loving, relevant God to young people to reduce risks of substance abuse and addiction.

Crossing the country on his Harley, seeking healing for fellow Greatest Generation veterans, heading top universities — for Bruce Heilman, it’s always been about doing.

Kevin Glenn’s new book, Hand Over Fist, offers ways Baptists and other Christians can be more civil to each other.

Monday, 15 September 2014 10:28

Seeking God through worship — and jazz

Jazz’s improvisational nature reflectes the free-flowing nature of the Holy Spirit, say advocates of using the musical form in worship.

As Christian filmakers seek to grow markets and profits, observers say they must embrace difficult themes and subjects to succeed.

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