Pam Moore never expected statewide recognition for her work as a literacy ministry volunteer. Until a few years ago, she never gave literacy much thought.
Tim LaHaye, the evangelical minister known for both his conservative politics and the best-selling Left Behind series of novels, died July 25 at age 90, after recently suffering a stroke.
Recent high school graduate and Buckner Aftercare alum Tenneil Wallace has plenty of reasons to smile. She recently received a $90,000 scholarship through a program that benefits young adults formerly in foster care.
Funneling taxpayer funds to religious schools through a voucher program compromises religious liberty, according to a legal brief filed at the Nevada Supreme Court and joined by the Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty.
When it comes to Christians sharing their faith, people in Spain want to see “real love through real people,” Pastor Antonio Calero Cerrado said. That’s what they experience through the varied ministries connected with Alfa & Omega Camp in Denia.
A fourth woman has joined a federal Title IX lawsuit against Baylor University, asserting she was gang-raped by some Baylor Bears football players in 2011.
Baylor University’s board of regents approved a new joint master’s degree program that links the faculties, resources and classes of Truett Theological Seminary and Baylor’s School of Education.
Every week, Iglesia Evangelica Bautista in Cerdanyola, Spain, provides groceries to about 50 neighbors in need, thanks in part to help provided through the Texas Baptist Hunger Offering.
Capes 4 Kids—a nonprofit started by two Baylor University nursing students—creates and delivers capes to hospital-bound children to encourage them to become "superheroes" fighting their diseases.
Student Missions Blog: I am so glad we have a God who overcomes the darkness and filters through the tiniest of cracks to guide us.
Families at Buckner Family Pathways in Conroe shared a table and classroom and learned to cook with healthy nutrition in mind.
U.S. Christians—especially white evangelicals—need to quit wringing their hands about their waning influence and live out Jesus' commandment to serve the people he called "the least."
A police officer's words are seared into Cyndi Russell’s heart forever: “You’ll never amount to anything. You’re just like your mother.” But with the help of Buckner Family Pathways and Exodus Ministries, she is determined to prove him wrong.
In the aftermath of the events in Dallas and other tragic events in Louisiana and Minnesota, Jim Denison says, Christians can take steps to help our nation become the “United” States our founders envisioned.
Evangelical Christians converged on the nation’s capital for a prayer rally on one of the hottest days of the summer.