Ken Camp

Ken Camp

Ken Camp is managing editor of the Baptist Standard.

Raised in Mexico by Southern Baptist missionaries who shared the gospel in prisons, Dorothy Ruelas said she was shocked to learn most Baptists in America support the death penalty.

Leaders say the Christian ministry provides a full experience of the "priesthood of believers" for participants and profound, loving care for those in need. 

Preacher Dan Trevino regularly hears nightmare stories from young people detained along the border — many of whom have found Christ in services held at a U.S. Air Force base where they’re being held.

Texas Baptists are seeking funds, Spanish-language Bibles, shoes and volunteers willing to help provide medical and other services for immigrant children detained on the nation’s southern border.  

Global Baptist group urges comprehensive approach to underlying issues that contribute to crisis.

President Obama holds roundtable discussion in Dallas one day after requesting $3.7 billion for emergency spending.

Are the spiritual descendants of Baptists Clarke, Holmes, Ireland and Leland living up to their courageous stands for religious minorities?

Americans disagree on the extent of religious discrimination in the U.S., with some saying it all comes down to perspective. 

Each is essential but they’re different, say responders.

Jeff Hood believes ending capital punishment is the only way to stop cycles of violence.

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