Sitting in a Houston jail cell, Lindsay Larson realized things had reached an all-time low.
Baylor University's board of regents approved an administrative action plan to prevent acts of sexual violence on campus and to improve treatment and services for all those affected by interpersonal violence.
With flowers in hand, students at W.J. Turner Elementary School in Fort Worth assembled in the school’s auditorium to witness their parents’ graduation.
Pastors may "blow the trumpet," but they're part of an orchestra of fellow priests.
Subscribers to the weekly Baptist Standard will receive the news four days earlier, beginning the first week in March.
In response to its sexual abuse crisis, Baylor University must provide transparency to the fullest extent allowed by law, develop the strongest anti-sexual violence culture anywhere, extend compassion and justice to abuse victims, and ensure due process and justice for accused perpetrators.
A former Baylor University student who graduated last summer asserts she was violated—first by a fellow student she said raped her and later by a school she claims violated her trust because it seemed to her to care more about protecting its image than protecting its students.
About 250 Baylor University students, faculty and staff gathered on a chilly night outside the home of President Ken Starr for a candlelight vigil supporting survivors of sexual violence.
Baylor University students—in response to a rapidly unfolding series of reports about sexual violence on campus—planned a candlelight prayer vigil Feb. 8.
Baptist University of the Américas will relocate this summer, consolidating its operations into an office building near its Southside San Antonio campus, with more square footage than the current eight structures.
Adherence to God’s demand for justice is a mark of discipleship. This includes rejecting both individual acts of injustice, such as favoritism or racist language, and systemic acts of injustice, such as bias in criminal justice, educational inequality or the financial exploitation of the poor.
Caring what unbelievers think does not require Christians to deny our faith. To the contrary, it requires us to live out our faith, treating people like Jesus did.
The European Parliament adopted a resolution condemning the killing of minority Christians and Yazidis by the self-described Islamic State as “genocide.” And a Baptist human rights advocate hopes the United States will follow suit.
This election year, we seem obsessed with us against them. We just can't agree on who "they" are or which "us" is us. From BNG.
Trustees of LifeWay Christian Resources authorized the purchase of land and construction of a building in downtown Nashville for its corporate headquarters.