One the surface, Ireland’s vote to legalize same-sex marriage and the Pew Research Center’s recent survey of American religion may not have much in common. But together, they describe the church’s enormous challenge confronting secular culture.
Floodwaters forced clients at Gracewood—a Texas Baptist residential ministry for single mothers and their children—to evacuate their homes on the southwest Houston campus.
Before the end of the spring semester, 20 Baptist University of the Américas students took a Saturday break from their studies—and they spent it stripping paint and cleaning toilets at Ven A El Baptist Church in San Antonio.
Oklahoma Pastor Mitch Randall views the tornados, hailstorms and floods that have hammered the region as almost surreal.
With 37 counties declared disaster areas and rain continuing to fall across much of the state, Texas Baptists prepare for a widespread long-term disaster relief and recovery effort.
Braving hard rains, 29 cyclists joined a 500-mile bicycle ride from Boerne to Dallas to raise money for the Texas Baptist Hunger Offering and awareness about hunger and poverty in Texas and around the world.
For Memorial Day, here are three stories of ordinary Christians—in their own words—who faced extraordinary situations and still celebrate the hope found in Christ in times of crisis and loss.
If we live with the last best day in mind, maybe we’ll appreciate each day a little more. We’ll be quicker to count our blessings, more prone to pray, “Thank you, God.”
Some people claim, “Environmentalism is just another religion” to rebut people who link climate change to human activity. Are they right?
Christianity isn’t in trouble at all. Churches are in trouble. And we did it to ourselves.
What Your Body Knows about God by Rob Moll and You Are More Than You Know by Patsy Clairmont are reviewed in this issue.
A tornado that ripped through downtown Mineral Wells damaged the family life center, welcome center and youth room at First Baptist Church, but it caused no injuries.
A bill intended to protect ministers from being forced to participate in same-sex marriage ceremonies or being sued for denying gay couples the use of church sanctuaries for their weddings cleared another hurdle.
The latest paint-by-numbers picture of the Texas religious landscape looks similar to, but subtly different than, the national mural. What you see in them depends upon how you look at them.
During his freshman year at Howard Payne University, Xavier McFalls stood before his football teammates and spoke some uncomfortable words.