The Camp Fire in Northern California killed nearly 90 people and who knows how many animals, charred 153,000 acres and destroyed more than 13,000 structures in early November. The aftermath – thousands left homeless in an already saturated housing market,…
A huge challenge facing faith-based groups operating overseas is ignorance about the laws governing religion in other countries. It can get people into a lot of trouble, said Eron Henry, a Jamaian-born American and former communications executive with the Baptist…
-Nurturing young children, teens
-Ministry to the military
A national group that helps religious groups embrace solar power is seeing increased interest due in part to federal policies detrimental to the environment.
The author, theologian and activist says one way Christians must change is in the way they change.
– BWA hires communications director
– Advent devotional series launched
The founders of Grandmothers Against Violence are sick and tired of mass shootings and the easy availability of assault weapons – and they are doing something about it.
The 2018 hurricane season, which officially ends today, unleashed yet another barrage of terrifying and destructive weather that left huge swaths of the nation soaked, flattened – or both. And as usual, it is those with the fewest resources who have been left with the biggest obstacles to overcome.
Loving your neighbor as yourself is not just about loving your Christian neighbor as yourself, says Robert Sellers, outgoing chairman of the Parliament of the World’s Religions.