In spite of some discouraging trends, the problem of hunger in the United States—particularly among children—can be solved, the leader of the national “No Kid Hungry” movement told participants at the Together at the Table Hunger and Poverty Summit at Baylor University.
Two former members of Congress who seemingly had little in common put any partisan differences aside as they spoke out in support of human rights and fighting hunger at the Together at the Table Hunger and Poverty Summit at Baylor University.
East Texas Baptist University freshmen students felt duly compensated for their volunteer work at fall festivals at two Marshall public school campuses, part of the university's Learning and Leading program.
In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus instructs his disciples to “be perfect,” but he didn’t mean they had to do it alone, philosophy professor Robert Kruschwitz told an audience at Baylor University’s Truett Theological Seminary.
Pastors Kevin Glenn and Greg Hunt along with Jeffrey Collins, an Associated Press reporter and Baptist deacon, shared their experiences as witnesses to tragedy in a conference call designed to offer churches best practices in dealing with crises.
Brent Walker, longtime executive director of the Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty, a Washington, D.C.-based organization committed to upholding the historic Baptist principle of religious liberty for all people, will retire at the end of 2016.
Texas Baptists will examine their roots at the Nov. 8-10 Baptist General Convention of Texas annual meeting, focused on the theme, “Deep Roots: Living Legacy.”
Evangelical leaders spoke out against reparative mental-health therapy for lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender people but still called on them to change, saying only through faith in Jesus can they find “wholeness and holiness.”
Student Missions Blog: Depths 2015 was the name of our fall retreat this year at Texas A&M University-Kingsville. The retreat offered students opportunities to dive deeper into their relationship with God and learn more about who God really is and what he desires us to do.
Ben Carson, a top Republican presidential contender, has been insisting a Muslim could not be qualified to serve the United States as president. But the Constitution's requirement for 'no religious test' couldn't be more plain.
Baylor at the Crossroads: Memoirs of a Provost by Donald D. Schmeltekopf is reviewed in this issue.
Suzii Paynter of CBF, Brent Walker of the BJC and the SBC's Russell Moore, among other Baptist leaders, gathered at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary to discuss religious liberty issues around the nation and world.
Protestant pastors overwhelmingly agree humanity has a God-given duty to care for animals. They just don’t mention it much from the pulpit.