Baptists lose far more than numbers when we part company.
Hundreds of people in two villages in Sierra Leone gained access to clean water, and at least 75 accepted the gift of Living Water, thanks to three Texas Baptist Men volunteers.
When the Managan family took up residence in Deweyville for the summer to coordinate disaster recovery, each member played a valuable role in helping families rebuild their homes after a devastating flood.
Elephants, antelope, hippos, crocodiles, buffalo and the occasional lion number among missionary Kenny Vines’ travel companions as he moves about his ministry in the African nation of Zambia.
The 21st Century Wilberforce Initiative is calling on President-elect Donald Trump to appoint an ambassador-at-large for international religious freedom in his first 100 days in office.
Cubans and Christians familiar with the church in Cuba remember Fidel Castro, who died Nov. 25 at age 90, as both an unwitting catalyst of revival and an opponent of religious liberty.
Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. says he turned down an offer to become Donald Trump’s education secretary before the president-elect offered the job to school voucher advocate Betsy DeVos.
The Christmas season is not all joy. For many—children included—holidays are a renewed time of grief. Understanding how our children develop helps us care for them when they grieve.
If Christians ever needed to celebrate Advent—when we remember and anticipate God “coming towards” us—it’s this year.
God wants to use you right where you are to show his glory and grace to your family and to your community. … Be faithful in what God has given you and where God has placed you.
As we wade into the often-treacherous, stressful, anxiety-producing waters of this holiday season, may our love toward one another answer any question of who we are and whose we are.
It’s time to put others before ourselves. … We who call ourselves followers of Jesus must do like Jesus and serve one another.
This week, our profile of Texas Baptist ministers features Ross Shelton, pastor of First Baptist Church in Brenham.
Student Missions Blog: My friend Shea and I have the blessing of studying the Gospel of John this semester with our international student friend who is not yet a follower of Christ. It’s beautiful to hear our friend read a passage of Scripture in her native language for the first time.
Even though 2016 has been quite a challenge across our nation and in our convention, Editor Marv Knox finds comfort and hope in counting his blessings this Thanksgiving.
Conversations about end-of-life care may be the most precious gifts imaginable for loved ones, some Baptist hospital administrators and chaplains insist.
I tend to steer clear of making statements with certainty, because I know—as a fallible human being—I see “through a glass darkly.” We all should have convictions on which we base our lives, but dogmatism does not honor Christ.
“A Declaration in Support of Multi-Ethnic Churches and Racial Healing” calls upon churches to transcend barriers that so easily divide Christians.
Veteran pastor Kyle Childress offers 10 commandments for living a faithful Christian life across the span of your life.
This week, our profile of Texas Baptist ministers features Jeff Gravens, pastor of First Baptist Church in Crawford.
God’s kingdom is now—and will certainly be in its fullness—comprised of a rich diversity of believers and traditions. If our Christian faith fails to embody this, then whose cause are we advancing?
In this fractious time, healing begins at the communion table and in communion around tables in the fellowship hall.