In his 32nd book, titled simply “Faith,” Jimmy Carter looks at how belief in God has shaped his 93 years.
By Adelle M. Banks / Religion News Service
Driven by a belief “Jesus loves the little children,” Tennessee Baptists ministered to Hispanic families affected by the April 5 raid on a Bean Station slaughterhouse.
By Lonnie Wilkey / Baptist and Reflector
Officers of the Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee named D. August “Augie” Boto interim president of the Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee.
By David Roach / Baptist Press
The Southern Baptist Convention’s Executive Committee will meet April 17 to elect a search committee to find a successor for President Frank Page, who stepped down as chief executive officer March 27 after acknowledging a “personal failing.”
By Baptist Press Staff
Frank Page resigned as president and chief executive officer of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Executive Committee, effective March 27.
By Art Toalston / Baptist Press
A lawsuit alleging sexual abuse by a Houston layman active in Southern Baptist Convention politics in the 1970s and 1980s has been moved to federal court.
By Bob Allen / Baptist News Global
A team from Dallas Baptist University helped renovate the Baptist World Alliance offices during spring break.
By Baptist World Alliance News Staff
Christer Daelander, a Baptist World Alliance representative to the United Nations and religious freedom representative of the European Baptist Federation will receive the 2018 Denton and Janice Lotz Human Rights Award.
The Southern Baptist Convention’s International Mission Board named a presidential search committee to find a successor to David Platt.
By Julie McGowan / International Mission Board
The Baptist General Association of Virginia became the second Baptist state convention in recent days to tell any of its affiliated congregations that want to support the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship they should mail their checks directly to the Fellowship.
By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
Baptists began to deal with clergy sexual abuse more significantly when a few women rose to powerful positions in denominational life, one of those women told a crowd at Howard Payne University.
David Platt announced plans to transition out of his role as president of the International Mission Board but will continue to serve until a new president is selected.