A week after agreeing to decide whether mandated contraception coverage in the Affordable Care Act is constitutional, the U.S. Supreme Court turned down a broader challenge raised by Liberty University.
Baptists of different stripes can multiply their influence and foster reconciliation through advocacy in the public square, the former public policy director for the Texas Baptist Christian Life Commission told the recent New Baptist Covenant Summit in Atlanta.
Carly Pickens of Champions of Hope in Dallas finds joy in seeing at-risk children and teenagers in her low-income neighborhood respond to loving Christian mentors.
A chance remark led to a 50-year reunion of the youth group from First Baptist Church in Clovis, N.M.
Baptist churches across South Central Texas joined to provide 128,000 meals for hungry children in Haiti.
For decades, West Dallas residents have known when they need a helping hand, they can count on Brother Bill.
On Dec. 6, 1888, the first newspaper that became known as the Baptist Standard rolled off a printing press in the North Texas hamlet of Honey Grove.
Participants in the Journeys of Faith project are learning to rethink their beliefs about orphan care, especially in far-flung lands where orphanages have been the go-to solution.
Churches cannot afford to neglect ministry to homebound adults, a veteran senior adult minister told a Texas Baptist workshop.
End-of-life issues become easier if decisions are considered before a crisis arises, participants at a senior-adult ministry conference were told.
Linda Taylor didn’t know it at the time, but now she can see God traded her security for joy.
Aid and advocacy create a positive witness for Baptists globally, leaders of the Baptist World Alliance noted.
People often say they want a good “quality of life” in their older years. But what does they mean when they say it?