When North Korea suddenly banned food donations for children, a Korean-American Baptist minister sent soccer balls instead. He and others say overseas ministry often requires a cool head and solution-based thinking to succeed. 

Published in Missions

Anibal Lopez is a former Mr. America and now member of a Baptist church in Deltona, Fla. He urges people to honor God by honoring their bodies.

Published in People

As the United States and Cuba restore diplomatic relations, a Baptist mission team shares faith and resources on the island.

Published in Organizations

Often noted for of their contrasting styles, the Southern Baptist Convention’s current and former ethics chief agree that restoring diplomatic ties with Cuba will reward the bad behavior of the Castro regime.

Published in Politics

Thawing relations between the U.S. and Cuba follows relationships that have been building for years between Baptists in the two countries.

Published in Social Issues

A delegation of Baptists from Missouri and Louisiana recently spent eight days on a goodwill mission to Cuba.

Published in Organizations
Thursday, 26 December 2013 14:52

Hispanic tapped as CBF Florida moderator

Florida Pastor Ruben Ortiz will lead efforts in Florida and the Caribbean to promote cultural diversity among and within CBF congregations and missions.

Published in People
Monday, 08 July 2013 11:05

BWA calls for ending Cuba embargo

The general council of the global Baptist fellowship also called on member bodies to adopt stronger measures against child abuse.

Published in Organizations
Thursday, 11 April 2013 13:58

Alliance: Drop Cuba from terror list

This year’s Alliance of Baptists convocation, themed “Little Altars Everywhere,” featured the launch of AllianceConnect, a new online community for sharing resources developed by and for progressive Christians.

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