While much of the nation’s attention has been focused on the controversial new abortion law in Texas, a lesser-known law has been implemented to further criminalize what has been called the world’s oldest profession. That much became obvious to Nnamdi…
Baugh, former president of the Eula Mae and John Baugh Foundation and a benefactor of progressive Baptist ministries and movements around the world, died June 14 in San Antonio after battling Parkinson’s disease. She was 78.
“Racism is the reversal of the revelation of God. Racism is not perfect love casting out fear, it is perfect fear casting out love.”
“They are grieving. It’s really hard to come to a new country with the language hurdles and a culture that’s so different.”
A clothing company launched to help refugee artisans find work has created a nonprofit organization to help displaced persons, including human trafficking victims, meet the challenges of living in the U.S.
As it awaits the green light to assess and send teams, CBF Florida has been busy contacting friends and family members who have connections in the areas hit hardest by Hurricane Michael.
On the outside, many of the Texas communities ravaged by Hurricane Harvey last year appear to making a comeback. But on the inside, some survivors say, the emotional rebuilding is only just beginning.
Refugees are usually depicted as people in great need. And that’s understandable since most have escaped war and famine with little more than the shirts on their backs. But the devastation brought by Hurricane Harvey has enabled a church in…
Faith-based groups are lining up to provide short- and long-term aid to Hurricane Harvey’s victims. But other groups, like the Salvation Army and Texas Baptist Men, are already operating in flooded areas, providing food, showers and other emergency services.