Baylor Scott & White Health’s Sacred Vocation program—a branch of the healthcare system’s Faith in Action Initiatives—will extend to all North Texas hospitals in the fall, and the program continues to expand in Central Texas, as well.
SBC President Ronnie Floyd turned down an Arkansas couple’s request that he appoint a special committee to investigate LifeWay's sale of Glorieta Conference Center for $1.
Flo McKinney, a resident at Baptist Retirement Community in San Angelo, has been able to maintain a heart full of joy despite a recent injury to her arm and shoulder. A former missionary to China, her ministry continues unabated.
New research suggests Americans increasingly are choosing to put down roots where they currently live, a finding that raises questions about church health.
Student Missions Blog: It is hard to get people’s attention in such a distracting city. However, thousands of people walking 42nd Street and 7th Avenue recently heard the gospel at an event called City Fest.
Student Missions Blog: It was a beautiful sunny morning. I was walking through the Fountain Park apartment complex with another student missionary, Becca. We were praying for all the people living there.
This Might be a Good Story … by Jon Mark Beilue is reviewed in this issue.
Look out, prominent and distinguished women. Here I come. According to an email that sailed through the ether and landed in my in box, this could be a very good year.
A church’s future-visioning process should focus on speed and nimbleness over rigid and inflexible models; on the “why” of a congregation and its broad direction, and then upon the specific “hows and whats.”
How do we engage in a civil discourse on race without being perceived as a race baiter?
Pope Francis has plummeted in opinion polls. But the Roman Catholic pontiff’s plunging popularity tells us far more about Americans’ values than it does about his vision.
When Muslims defend Christians in Pakistan and Christians speak up for Muslims in the United States, they not only follow the highest ideals of their religions, but also act in their own enlightened self-interest.
Churches are grappling with Millennials who want their church membership defined in terms of mission and ministry, not names on a roll.
Student Missions Blog: We recently finished our first week with residential campers here at Frontier Lodge. Thanks be to God, because we had no hiccups or accidents.
Floods devastated parts of South Central Texas in May, but Texas Baptists’ Bounce ministry brought youth from six Texas churches to the area this summer to begin rebuilding communities.