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.
“They think they are horrible people because that’s tied to the theology. You’ll find that in churches that place super focus on language like ‘I’m a sinner’ and ‘I’m a wretch.’”
-Academy of Preachers finds new home at Belmont
-Duke Divinity program seeks to strengthen black church leadership
Fellowship Southwest appeals for volunteers to help churches on U.S./Mexican border A Cooperative Baptist Fellowship organization focused on the U.S.-Mexico border said it has mission and ministry opportunities for volunteers interested in serving asylum seekers on both sides of the…
Matt Cook, a former moderator of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship and a long-time pastor, will join the Center for Healthy Churches as full-time assistant director on Sept. 1, the organization announced today.
-Study: Millennials more spiritually curious than older adults
-CBF church team continues immigrant, refugee ministry at the border
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.
“If two of our greatest challenges in this country are immigration and health care, then we’re a microcosm of that in this building.”
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