With “Pursue” as the theme of the 2019 Woman’s Missionary Union Missions Celebration and Annual Meeting, about 900 attendees heard testimonies of how God pursues his people.
By Myriah Snyder / Baptist Press
Three women who experienced sexual abuse took center stage to address how the Southern Baptist Convention should deal with the issue. And they didn’t mince words.
By Adelle M. Banks / Religion News Service
Southern Baptist Convention President J.D. Greear addressed the issue of racism while preaching at a historic African American church in Birmingham, Ala.
Southern Baptists communicated the good news of Jesus through word and deed on the day before the annual meeting of the Southern Baptist Convention in Birmingham.
By Tobin Perry / Baptist Press
A new Southern Baptist Convention report on sex abuse, filled with the voices of survivors, acknowledges numerous ways the denomination has failed to protect members of its churches.
In the world of Bible teachers, Beth Moore is a rock star. But among some of the male leaders of the Southern Baptist Convention, she also has become a liability.
By Yonat Shimron and Adelle M. Banks / Religion News Service
Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, which released a report last year about its connections to slavery, has denied a request from an interracial ministers coalition to provide financial support to a nearby black college as a form of reparations.
New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary trustees elected James K. “Jamie” Dew Jr. as the school’s ninth president at a June 5 called meeting.
By Marilyn Stewart & Gary D. Myers
James Clark has a perfect recipe for getting to know neighbors: Set up a grill. Light some charcoal. And put on some hot dogs.
By Eric Berger / Religion News Service
Southern Baptists hope to take steps at their upcoming annual meeting in Birmingham, Ala., to address continuing reports of sexual abuse in their denomination.
Streetwalking late at night is not a typical Woman’s Missionary Union ministry project. But two nights a month, volunteers gather to walk a mile-long strip of Richmond, Va., and minister to prostitutes and others they cross paths with along the way.
By Trennis Henderson / Woman's Missionary Union
For Carmen Rodriguez, Diega Cordova, Emily Medina and Johanna Chavez, serving as WorldCrafts artisans with Graffiti 2 Works in New York City’s South Bronx has made a lasting impact in their lives.