In life’s defining moments, God demonstrates loving faithfulness to those who surrender to his leadership, speakers stressed at the Woman’s Missionary Union of Texas annual meeting.
The “conservative resurgence” that transformed the Southern Baptist Convention three decades ago began in the halls of Second Baptist Church in Houston, the movement’s chief architect told seminary students April 15.
Easter Sunday doesn’t last forever. Unless we’re mindful, the passion, clarity and joy of Easter fades.
Love for Myanmar, birthed out of Crestview Baptist Church in Georgetown, has developed into a nonprofit humanitarian aid organization that provides aid, support and programs to the people of Myanmar.
Cooperative Baptist Fellowship Executive Coordinator Suzii Paynter and Southern Baptist Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission President Russell Moore joined a small group of faith leaders who met with President Obama in the Oval Office April 15 to discuss immigration reform.
Could a series of “blood moon” events be connected to Jesus’ return? Some Christians think so, but others dismiss the speculation.
East Texas Baptist University volunteers spent a recent Saturday working in service projects throughout Harrison County to demonstrate “ETBU Cares.”
Russell Moore says the loss of the historic Baptist commitment to religious liberty has left U.S. evangelicals ill-prepared for current threats to the free exercise of religion.
A new Texas Baptist Men disaster relief specialty team will enable trained disaster relief volunteers who own and operate all-terrain vehicles or four-wheel utility vehicles to use them in disaster areas.