Discussing the future of Baptist journalism were a panel led by Kyle Reese (right), chair of BNG’s board of directors, and (from left) Natalie Aho, BNG interactive communication specialist; Greg Warner, ABP’s first full-time editor; and BNG director Dan Lattimore. (Photo by Norman Jameson)
Discussing the future of Baptist journalism were a panel led by Kyle Reese (right), chair of BNG’s board of directors, and (from left) Natalie Aho, BNG interactive communication specialist; Greg Warner, ABP’s first full-time editor; and BNG director Dan Lattimore. (Photo by Norman Jameson)

From ABP to BNG, Baptist journalists remember past, embrace future

From fundamentalism and financial uncertaintly to apathy and the centrality of the web, Baptist journalists celebrated the 25th anniversary of Associated Baptist Press.

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Marks of leadership

Marks of leadership

Furman’s new president may be one of the few women to lead an American university. But Elizabeth Davis doesn’t want to be evaluated only by her gender.

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How Bill Moyers changed Baptist journalism

How Bill Moyers changed Baptist journalism

Twenty-five years ago, in the midst of controversy, editors launched something new.

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A busy, productive two days at NABF Annual Gathering

Re-election of a general sectretary and reports on church trends in Asia and North America, and on the role of women in ministry, were just some of the agenda items for the organization, which is one of six regions of the Baptist World Alliance.

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Center for Healthy Churches relocating to Tennessee

Belmont University and the Center for Healthy Churches, an organization devoted to improving the spiritual, emotional and organizational health of churches and ministers, announced a new partnership April 16 that includes the relocation of CHC’s national office to Belmont’s campus in Nashville, Tenn.

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Central Seminary among fastest-growing theology schools

About 37 percent of schools accredited by the Association of Theological Schools are growing, but there is no single reason why.

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Judge dismisses Glorieta lawsuit; appeal expected

The U.S. District Court for New Mexico has dismissed all claims in a lawsuit an Arkansas couple filed against LifeWay Christian Resources and the Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee regarding the sale of Glorieta Conference Center.

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Baptist school mourns student’s death

Wayland Baptist University confirmed the death of Rachel Bates, a 19-year-old freshman biology major, in a residence hall on the main campus in Plainview, Texas.

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Indiana state capitol. (Photo/Wikicommons)
Indiana state capitol. (Photo/Wikicommons)

BJC releases statement on RFRA legislation in Indiana and Arkansas

As protests mount over controversial legislation in Indiana and Arkansas, a leader in the coalition that helped secure passage of landmark federal legislation to make it harder for the government to burden religious exercise weighs in.

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Cal Baptist women’s tournament run comes up one game short

The magic in the California Baptist University’s women’s basketball team NCAA Division II Cinderella tournament ran out on Friday.

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