Christian media has a huge base among the faithful, but many Americans ignore it, according to a LifeWay Research study.
Three quite-different articles surfaced on the Internet recently. They point toward realities American Christians—particularly church leaders—must take to heart.
Sunni and Shiite Muslims, two main sects of Islam, have been in conflict for more than a millennium. Here’s a primer on that ancient division.
Providing sources of pure drinking water represents a rapidly growing avenue for ministry in developing countries, the Texas Baptist Men executive board learned at their Feb. 20-21 meeting.
Faith groups, including the moral concerns arm of the Southern Baptist Convention, say they bear no ill-will toward homosexual couples but do not want them to be allowed to marry.
The Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty filed a friend-of-the-court brief urging the U.S. Supreme Court to allow a Muslim woman to wear a religious head-covering to work.
New Testament scholar Todd Still has been named dean of Baylor University’s Truett Theological Seminary, effective June 1.
The SBC’s Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission is planning a Gospel and Racial Reconciliation Summit March 26-27 in Nashville, and African-American church leaders’ reactions are ranging from polite skepticism to hopeful support.
A quarter century after forming to resist fundamentalism in the Southern Baptist Convention, theology professor Roger Olson says the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship is increasingly polarizing over liberal views gaining ground in the originally moderate group.
Biology, not psychology, determines gender identity, according to the Baptist General Convention of Texas Executive Board.
The Baptist General Convention of Texas Executive Board staff is preparing for “a reset” to serve an ever-changing state and Texas Baptist churches, Executive Director David Hardage told the BGCT Executive Board.
Christians and other religious minorities in northern Iraq face extermination if people of faith in America and elsewhere in the West fail to speak up on their behalf.
You’ve never walked a mile in Danny Andrews’ shoes. But if you read Things I Have Saw and Did, you’ll feel like you’ve walked alongside him his whole life.
The pool of churches that can and will work together is getting smaller. It looks like the pools eventually will shrink to puddles and then dry up completely.
I decided to ask people in my network to tell me the reasons they believe people do not leave their church. I heard from four-dozen people. They provided interesting insights.