Several Baptist groups have endorsed an interdenominational call to pray for revival on Nov. 3—a revival of respect and civility in politics.
By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
Editor Eric Black reviews “The Innkeeper’s Journal” by Raymond McHenry.
By Eric Black / Editor
“Compelled to Serve” is the theme when Texas Baptists gather for the 134th Baptist General Convention of Texas annual meeting, Nov. 17-19 at the Waco Convention Center.
By Kalie Lowrie / Texas Baptist Communications
The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor athletic department hosted its third annual TouchDOWNS event in conjunction with Down Syndrome Awareness Month. Texas Baptists’ annual Hispanic Leadership Conference will be held Oct. 25-26 at Dallas Baptist University.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
The Explore the Bible lesson for Nov. 3 focuses on Ephesians 5:1-14.
By Timothy Pierce
Lesson 9 from the BaptistWay Press Connect 360 Unit “The Fullness of Christ” focuses on Colossians 3:1-9.
By Stan Granberry / BaptistWay Press
Daily prayer sustained Pastor Andrew Brunson during his 735-day ordeal in prison that began after 23 years of spreading the gospel in Turkey.
By Diana Chandler / Baptist Press
A Baptist woman is dead and 12 Christians including church members, school students and teachers remain kidnapped in two successive incidents in Kaduna, Nigeria, widely attributed to militant Fulani herdsmen.
At church-based learning centers in Lebanon, refugee children receive both an education and much-needed trauma therapy.
By Carolyn Tomlin
Democratic presidential hopefuls waded into theological waters while speaking at a forum on LGBTQ equality, and one sparked a firestorm with his call to revoke the tax-exempt status of religious institutions that oppose same-sex marriage.
By Jack Jenkins / Religion News Service
If Texas Baptists notice a change in the “tone” and “tenor” of Southwestern Seminary’s leaders, but not in the institution’s commitment to the Southern Baptist Convention’s doctrinal statement, then Adam Greenway will feel like he has made progress.
Christianity is reassessing how to describe sexual misconduct, with an eye to owning up to the seriousness of abuse that was once dismissed as innocent or covered up to protect the powerful.
By Adelle M. Banks & Emily McFarland Miller / Religion News Service