Student Missions Blog: I had faith that God would bring me through the mission trip. And God did—just not the way I expected. He not only chose to sustain me throughout the week, but also to refine me.
Three small-town Canadian congregations put aside theological differences and came together to sponsor the resettlement of three Syrian refugee families.
For Russell Moore, whose sharp criticisms of Donald Trump voters nearly cost him his job as the public voice for America’s largest Protestant denomination, the path to regaining a prophetic platform is just beginning.
An international student team from Baptist University of the Américas spent spring break working in community ministries with a church in Arkansas.
When Pastor Jordan Wilson reflects on all God has done in the three-and-a-half years since Tyler County Country Church began, he is in awe.
Bruce Freeman often helps people put their computers back together. He uses those same skills to help vulnerable single mothers build new lives for themselves and their children.
As an Olympic gold medalist and two-time heavyweight boxing champion, George Foreman understands what victory means. But a near-death experience led to his greatest triumph, when he found faith in Christ, he told an audience at the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor.
Denial of religious freedom has fueled a “crisis of insecurity” and humanitarian tragedy in Nigeria, a scholar with the 21st Century Wilberforce Initiative said.
A helpful antidote to pain—for individuals as well as congregations—is turning attention toward others and serving them.
Assuming things are dire when they really are going well sabotages our witness to the world and insults the work of the God who continues to add to our numbers daily.
If we will give up our thoughts and our ways that take us away from creation as God intended it, and if we will accept God’s thoughts and ways, God will make us new again.
Dozens of Texans testified before the Senate Education Committee on a bill proponents hailed as school choice but which critics called a voucher scheme that would violate religious liberty and undermine public education.
This week’s profile of Texas Baptist ministers features Patrick Adair, pastor of Central Baptist Church in Marshall.
Your church can take practical, effective steps to help ease the burden of people caring for victims of Alzheimer’s disease.
Conflict in the church is inevitable, but it does not have to be personal or ugly. It does not have to create winners and losers. It does not have to be mean. But left untended, conflict can become all of those.
By its very nature, insurance depends on those without immediate need helping those who receive service now.
Russell Moore can keep his job. But only after he apologized for criticizing Southern Baptists who supported Donald Trump for president.
Letters this week focused on the recent editorial about the injustice of gerrymandered legislative districts and the challenges to Southern Baptist ethics leader Russell Moore.
In seven days, volunteers from around Texas changed the lives of seven families in one Rio Grande Valley community.
East Texas Baptist University students spent spring break demonstrating the love of Christ by serving people in the jungles of Belize, in a storm-damaged area of South Louisiana and on the beaches of South Padre Island.
Religious leaders, including some who spoke at President Trump’s inauguration, are calling on Congress to protect foreign aid that helps the needy across the globe.
Michael Rios understands good intentions do not necessarily keep anybody out of prison. Life change demands a strong spiritual foundation, he knows now.