As a child, the daydreams of Kathryn Freeman, future attorney and public policy director for Texas Baptists’ Christian Life Commission, never centered on courtroom drama or legislative power plays. She wanted to be another Oprah Winfrey.
The last couple of weeks have been discouraging. That says more about Americans—and a good many people who claim to follow Jesus—than it does about terrorists and radical Islam.
Have you ever been in a place where you were totally content? That’s a hard place to be. It goes against our natural inclinations.
Tim and Charlotte Cearley, longtime SBC missionaries in Africa, plan to continue their ministry efforts in the United States after taking a voluntary retirement offer from the International Missions Board, part of a budget cut of 600 to 800 missionaries and staffers.
Although her education at what is now Wayland Baptist University was postponed almost 60 years by revolution in her Cuban homeland, her father’s imprisonment and her family’s need, Zoila Rodriguez Alonso has received a certificate declaring her an honorary alumna.
One-third of Protestant women who have had an abortion are Baptist—more than Lutherans, Methodists and Presbyterians combined, according to new statistics on abortion and church attendance collected by LifeWay Research.
The National Association of Evangelicals and LifeWay Research have developed an accurate and consistent definition of “evangelicals” for researchers attempting to measure evangelical belief.
More than 50 people professed faith in Christ in Weslaco as a direct result of disaster relief ministry by New Mexico Baptists and Texas Baptist Men—particularly the Christian witness of one woman battling cancer.
When Amie Singleton traveled to Rwanda and Uganda on a mission trip with an international nonprofit that connects Americans to orphanages in Africa, she never expected God to give her a 21-year-old blind “son.”
This year the East Texas Baptist University Tiger baseball team hit it out of the park in the good deeds department, accumulating more than 350 hours of community service.
Student Missions Blog: I have been learning a lot recently about prayer. It seems the majority of my time here has pointed back to my prayer life—or rather, a lack of one.
When Baylor University senior James Payne saw the children involved in a church's mentoring project reading books and engaging with their mentors, he knew his behind-the-scenes work was making a difference.
Widespread hunger and food insecurity in the United States add $160 billion to national health care spending, a Christian advocacy group reports.