Born into slavery, Israel Sydney Campbell led the congregation that became Avenue L Missionary Baptist Church in Galveston and earned the title, "Father of Black Baptists in Texas."
We’ve been saying, “White lives matter” ever since the Pilgrims landed on Plymouth Rock. It’s past time for white Christians to acknowledge the ongoing sin of racism, confess our own biases and seek to create new patterns of thought and behavior. (Faith & Leadership)
It’s never easy to deal with the moral failures of our spiritual leaders. But it doesn’t have to be excruciating. ... The end is never the end. God is always doing a new thing. It’s OK to let things fall apart. Tomorrow, we begin again.
While there certainly are people of minority faiths in Muslim-majority countries who face severe oppression and persecution, it does not negate the fact Muslims remain one of the most persecuted faith communities around the world.
Mission Arlington/Mission Metroplex officially began on a Friday 30 years ago when hardly anyone except Tillie Burgin was available at First Baptist Church in Arlington to respond to a need.
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.
Political pundits wonder if Democrats have a chance to close the so-called “God gap”—the dynamic that has seen regular worshippers pull the lever for Republican candidates far more than they do for Democrats.
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.