Wednesday, 10 September 2014 10:32

Baptists enriched by repeated missions to Sioux

Returning over many years to the same mission destination reaps huge benefits for those going and those welcoming, say Baptist groups in Virginia and Tennessee.

Published in Missions

Shifts in how that generation chooses to volunteer is impacting church ministries.

Published in Congregations

Serving war-ravaged refugees, including indigenous Christian groups, in the Middle East requires extra cultural and religious sensitivity among missionaries living in cultures that do not value religious freedom, experts say. 

Published in Organizations

Churches, ministers and educators say one of the best ways to serve communities is by helping local schools.

Published in Congregations

Partnering with existing ministries and community groups is helping churches fulfill their missions in their local communities. 

Published in Congregations

Over a two decades Passport Inc. has become a leadership incubator, nurturing a new kind of Baptist minister. That’s no surprise to the organization’s founders.

Published in People

Everything from government red tape to American attitudes against immigrants pose difficulties to Baptist relief groups seeking to help thousands of immigrant children on U.S.-Mexico border.

Published in Organizations

Why a non-triumphal, ministry-focused Cooperative Baptist Fellowship matters in a polarized age. 

Recent stabbings reportedly inspired by a dark fictional character have many blaming parents and social media. But the problem goes much deeper than that, says a divinity school professor.

Published in Media and Arts
Tuesday, 10 June 2014 10:24

Wedding words

On the responsibility, and opportunity, of officiating a wedding in post-Christian America. 

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