Eugene Peterson, the bestselling author of “The Message” paraphrase of the Bible and longtime pastor praised as a “shepherd’s shepherd,” is moving into hospice and receiving palliative medical care.
By Emily McFarlan Miller / Religion News Service
To improve Hardin-Simmons University’s financial stability in light of “evaporating” external revenue, trustees approved closing four Logsdon Seminary extension campuses and made programmatic and personnel cuts in other areas.
By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
Half of America’s Protestant pastors say they approve of the job President Donald Trump has done in the White House, but many are unsure.
By Aaron Earls / LifeWay
On both sides of the Atlantic, a drama set in a bakery has pitted freedom of religion against LGBT civil rights, and Exhibit A has been a wedding cake.
By Catherine Pepinster / Religion News Service
A Turkish court freed Andrew Brunson, an American missionary who had been the subject of a diplomatic standoff between the United States and Turkey.
By Umar Farooq / Religion News Service
Hardin-Simmons University is living up to its founding vision—showing the love of Christ—by instituting a full tuition scholarship program for qualified self-sustaining students who lack parental support
By Grace Mitchell / Hardin-Simmons University
Christians and ethnic minorities are living a “nightmare” in China under President Xi Jinping, a congressional commission report released Oct. 10 documents.
By Diana Chandler / Baptist Press
Baptists can cooperate in helping train and equip church leaders around the globe without agreeing at all points, speakers told a pastors’ missions consortium.
While Texas Baptist Men continued to provide disaster relief in North Carolina and Sonora, leaders of the missions organization alerted volunteers to be ready for possible deployment to Florida.
Effective Christian community development not only requires compassion, but also demands cultural humility and creativity, speakers told the No Need Among You Conference.
Christians who support capital punishment shortchange God’s redemptive power, activist Shane Claiborne told a Waco crowd.
Christians who worship in churches with people almost exclusively of the same race, culture and class should not be surprised when society fails to take the gospel seriously, Mark DeYmaz said.