Ken Camp

Ken Camp

Ken Camp is managing editor of the Baptist Standard.

Their efforts coincide with campaigns in at least three other states to enshrine protections of religious belief. 

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

The longtime Baptist communicator earned a reputation as the informal “poet laureate” of the Baptist General Convention of Texas.

Once rife with drug dealers and addicts, Houston’s Midtown secton was adopted and transformed by the care of a Baptist congregation and its nonprofit community development agency. 

Neighbors allege the conference center was wasting water and draining the aquifer basin that fed their wells — an assertion Glorieta officials deny.

Baptist volunteers from Texas have offered material and spiritual aid in Hawaii to those living in the path of lava from the Kilauea volcano.

A complex man, the towering 19th-century Baptist leader was an “extroverted controversialist” and “Introverted unifier.”

University president Ken Starr offers no reason for dismissal.

Churches flesh out their response in a variety of ways.

Imaginative fiction can help preachers convey truth, says cultural analyst.

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