Americans who don’t go to church are happy to talk about religion and often think about the meaning of life, a new study from LifeWay Research showed.
American parents generally are not as happy as people who aren’t parents, new research reveals.
Student Missions Blog: My team and I sought to share hope with Thai university students early this summer. We used teaching English to build relationships and share the gospel. We had spiritual conversations with about 50 people over just three weeks.
Not too long ago, the Southern Baptist Convention was known more for what—and often who—it rejected than what it included. But over the past decade, that began to change.
Evangelism is the lifeblood of evangelical Christians, but some say service is, too. While both may drive their efforts as they reach refugees, care comes before—and, sometimes, without—conversion.
Nearly six out of 10 white evangelical Protestants believe the United States has been a Christian nation but is not now.
Student Missions Blog: Bushwick is a 2-square-mile-wide neighborhood in Brooklyn that is home to 140,000 people. It is filled with art, culture and a great need for God.
By a 5-3 vote, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a Texas law that required abortion clinics to meet surgical center standards and any doctor performing an abortion at a clinic to have admitting privileges at a hospital not more than 30 miles away.
Student Missions Blog: When I came to Taiwan, an open country with established ministry operations, I didn't think I would be blessed to be part of the first experience someone has with Christianity.
Baylor University and former Head Football Coach Art Briles mutually agreed to terminate their employment relationship after eight seasons and a sexual assault scandal that resulted in the university president’s demotion and the athletic director’s resignation and prompted federal lawsuits.
Texas Baptists have made "strong and hopeful strides" regarding women in ministry. But churches can and must do better.
The Cooperative Baptist Fellowship will use a new deliberative process as it takes on an extremely difficult denominational challenge—deciding where it stands on the LGBTQ issue.
God is in Christ, reconciling the world unto Godself, making all of us into a single family. We stand united in condemning anyone who questions the full worth of LGBTQ persons before God or as citizens of our country. We reject any language and condemn any person who advocates violence against LGBTQ persons. — Cooperative Baptist Fellowship governing board statement