Baptist University of the Américas will relocate this summer, consolidating its operations into an office building near its Southside San Antonio campus, with more square footage than the current eight structures.
Caring what unbelievers think does not require Christians to deny our faith. To the contrary, it requires us to live out our faith, treating people like Jesus did.
This election year, we seem obsessed with us against them. We just can't agree on who "they" are or which "us" is us. From BNG.
The European Parliament adopted a resolution condemning the killing of minority Christians and Yazidis by the self-described Islamic State as “genocide.” And a Baptist human rights advocate hopes the United States will follow suit.
Trustees of LifeWay Christian Resources authorized the purchase of land and construction of a building in downtown Nashville for its corporate headquarters.
The Texas State Affordable Housing Corporation awarded a $15,000 Texas Fund Grant to the Buckner Family Pathways program in Lubbock for its work helping single-parent families.
Republicans and Democrats divide sharply over views on Islam, Muslims and how a U.S. president should label violent extremists.
An old gospel hymn says God’s eye is on the sparrow, but what about panthers and broncos? A LifeWay Research poll found most Americans skeptical about divine intervention on the football field.
To what degree are pastors and churches limited in political campaigns? Can pastors endorse political candidates?
Evangelical Christians who may feel marginalized in an increasingly secular society should find kinship and common ground with Orthodox Jews, a rabbi told students and faculty at Baylor University.
A new law will benefit operators and participants in church retirement plans, according to leaders of GuideStone Financial Services, the Baptist clergy benefits agency.
The number of Muslim Americans involved in terrorism cases “rose dramatically” in 2015, but the overall threat they posed to public safety has been exaggerated, says the author of a new terrorism study.
A town assembly in Tuxpan de Bolanos—a community in Jalisco, Mexico—expelled 10 Baptist families from their community when they refused to recant their faith.
“Undecided” is by far the most popular presidential choice of America’s Protestant pastors, according to a telephone survey of 1,000 senior pastors from LifeWay Research.
As part of its “#WarmOurWorld” campaign, the Woman's Missionary Union Foundation is asking individuals for a $25 donation to supply a blanket to a refugee family, and the group is encouraging people to donate blankets in their communities to help meet local needs.