Robert Dilday

Robert Dilday

Robert Dilday is editor in chief of Baptist News Global.

Wednesday, 16 September 2015 13:25

Refugee crisis spurs Baptist assistance

U.S. organizations are allocating funds to assist Europeans grappling with an influx of migrants.

Seventh-day Adventists, Muslims and Jehovah’s Witnesses top the list of most diverse, Pew Study finds.

Thursday, 20 August 2015 15:24

Transitions 8.20.15

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Corneille Gato Munyamasoko aimed at forgiveness and reconciliation between perpetrators and victims of the Rwandan genocide.

The outgoing president of the Baptist World Alliance sees growing connectedness among churches.

As the global organization’s top elected official, Paul Msiza will bring experience deeply rooted in South Africa’s history.

Visions of the Baptist World Alliance’s next five years are inspired by South Africa’s transformation, say leaders.

Pastor Paul Msiza of Pretoria assumes the presidency of the Baptist World Alliance as it holds its congress in Africa for the first time.

James Dunn, who died July 4, was committed to religious liberty, social justice and his thousands of friends, said speakers at his memorial service.

As executive director of the Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty for two decades, Dunn was outspoken in his support of religious liberty and separation of church and state.

This article was updated on Sunday, July 5, to include iinformation about the memorial service.

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