Congregations and ministers experience spiritual benefits from working in schools to help at-risk children and their families.

Published in Congregations

Baylor University’s Project Promise exposes young students to teachers and subjects that inspire them to achive academically.

Published in Organizations

Baptists and other Christians educated about the history of Scripture, church and doctrine make better disciples, experts say.

Published in Congregations

Texas Baptist leaders weighed in on two pieces of legislation in Austin being watched in other states.

Published in Politics

Parent University provides community members, including churches, a way to help schools better educate children in a Texas city.

Published in Congregations

A resolution “On Parental Authority through Local and State Control of Education” urges the state of Alabama to repeal Common Core.

Published in Organizations

The two will partner on the basis of shared values, say leaders.

Published in Herald/Mid-Atlantic
Thursday, 13 November 2014 10:32

Maryland school board ‘steals’ Christmas

The latest casualties in the so-called war on Christmas are Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.

Published in Social Issues
Friday, 22 November 2013 09:26

How seminaries fail

Seminaries have created enough predictable, conventional, cookie-cutter ministers. The church needs ardent, zealous, incensed, enraged and impassioned ministers.

Published in Seriously Funny
Friday, 01 November 2013 13:17

Does your pastor need a doctorate?

Churches should value the importance of an educated clergy, but church leadership also should be educated about what the various degrees represent and the value of experience blended with education.

Published in Commentaries
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