A $2 million gift to Baylor University from alumnus Matthew B. Lindner of Cincinnati, Ohio, will support the university’s department of film and digital media develop and implement the Baylor in L.A. program.
10/27/2021 - By Staff / Baptist Standard
Staff change affects churches in Cedar Hill and Venus.
Ted Barrett—a Baptist minister and umpire—is back in the World Series.
10/27/2021 - By Scott Barkley / Baptist Press
Officers of the Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee have issued a call for a special meeting of the trustees at 10 a.m. Oct. 28.
10/27/2021 - By Brandon Porter / Baptist Press
Jesus’ instruction to his disciples—“Freely you have received; freely give”—not only guides Middleman Ministries’ approach to reaching teenagers on the margins of society, but also governs its approach to churches and other ministries.
10/26/2021 - By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
Pastors have faced increased stress during the COVID-19 pandemic. More felt their role was overwhelming at times, but few pastors actually decided to leave the ministry.
10/26/2021 - By Aaron Earls / LifeWay
Una estudiante universitaria nicaragüense comparte su experiencia de ser bienvenida por las iglesias hispanas en Texas y anima a otras iglesias a hacer lo mismo.
10/25/2021 - By Cintia Aguilar
The Explore the Bible lesson for Nov. 14 focuses on Colossians 3:1-17.
10/25/2021 - By Margie Clayton
Lesson 10 in the Connect360 unit “The Making of Authentic Faith: Wisdom that Works” focuses on James 5:1-6.
10/25/2021 - By GC2 Press Staff
A Cuban Protestant pastor detained more than three months without trial may face a 10-year prison sentence, and two Baptist ministers held during the summer have been threatened.
10/25/2021 - By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
Often called the “father of contemporary Christian music,” Ralph Carmichael left his mark on the music industry in seven decades and at least as many genres. Carmichael died Oct. 20 at the age of 94.
10/25/2021 - By Laura Erlanson / Baptist Press
A Baylor University-led study shows pediatric advance practice registered nurses experienced increased burnout and mental health concerns during the COVID-19 pandemic.
10/25/2021 - By Kate Nelson / Baylor University