Baptist World Alliance General Secretary Elijah Brown on Monday issued a global call to prayer after a wave of bombings across Sri Lanka killed nearly 300 people on Easter Sunday.
-CBF urges comments on payday lending
-BWA launches new evangelism award
As director of advancement and Global Impact Churches, Philip Nation will cultivate donor relationships and oversee a comprehensive fund-raising program, the Falls Church, Virginia,-based BWA announced March 12.
Issues of religious liberty in the United States are often discussed in terms of wedding cakes, taxpayer-funded church playgrounds and politics in the pulpit. In other parts of the world, it’s more about survival.
-Baptists hold dialogue with Pope Francis
-Prayers for national healing
-Bestselling author to lecture at McAfee
A huge challenge facing faith-based groups operating overseas is ignorance about the laws governing religion in other countries. It can get people into a lot of trouble, said Eron Henry, a Jamaian-born American and former communications executive with the Baptist…
– BWA hires communications director
– Advent devotional series launched
More than 1,400 have died in the 7.5 magnitude seismic event, which generated a tsunami and was followed by a volcanic eruption on the island four days later.
An interfaith group in Jacksonville, Florida is promoting unity as an antidote to violence following a weekend of deadly shootings in the city. BWA aiding earthquake victims. Researchers study faith-based giving.