LifeWay Christian Resources has found a buyer for its campus in downtown Nashville, Tenn.
Student Missions Blog: In the Baptist Student Ministry at Howard Payne University, we always encourage our student leaders to come up with new ideas for each one of their ministries.
“God, family and country” might make for a heart-tugging country music tune, but that’s not really how most Americans rank the strongest influences on their personal identity.
Student Missions Blog: These past few weeks have been difficult for me. I was really beginning to realize how insignificant my efforts could feel at times. I was discouraged.
Repressive governments, radical Islamists and reluctance by Western leaders to confront human rights abuses combine to create the worst global climate for religious liberty in recent history, speakers told Baylor's Global Religious Freedom Summit.
Student Missions Blog: Around 5 p.m. is my absolute favorite time of day. The air is cool, which in Haiti is a big deal. Haitian kiddos are playing football, singing songs and tossing Frisbees, and I join the action.
Most American evangelicals don’t believe science and religion are at war. But this “news” really is old.
Books reviewed in this issue are Ordinary: Sustainable Faith in a Radical, Restless World by Michael Horton and Stumps and Sweet-Smelling Soap by Helen C. Lane.
George Bullard, president of the Columbia Partnership, remembers the life and work of Lyle E. Schaller, acclaimed church consultant, who died March 18 at age 91.
Baylor University professor Greg Garrett says popular books and films dealing with afterlife issues reveal the spiritual questions of many Americans, including those who are unaffiliated with churches.
With a heart for the nations and willingness to serve anywhere, Texas native Micah Blalock has been given unique opportunities to intertwine music, missions and ministry.
A new survey funded by the National Science Foundation starkly reveals that the “Great Decline” of religion in America continues: Since 2012, about 7.5 million more Americans no longer are active in religion.
Three 40-foot containers packed with 83,723 Spanish-language Bibles are expected to arrive in Havana March 25.