Christians ask: ‘What if we had just one month to live?’

If Christians knew when they only had one month to live, what passion to make a difference would be engendered? That is the question 30 Hopkins County congregations are asking themselves during their One Month to Live campaign.Video Included

Wrestling with tough issues of faith and science

Three Baylor University professors tried to share more light than heat for participants at a seminar on “Science and Faith: Breaking Down the Wall,” at First Baptist Church in Austin. (Pew Forum Photo)

Baptist World Aid workers say situation in Haiti still desperate

A Baptist rescue team in Haiti described the situation there as desperate more than two weeks after a massive earthquake devastated the island nation Jan. 12.

Baylor University, Baylor College of Medicine consider closer ties

More than 40 years after Baylor University in Waco and Baylor College of Medicine in Houston separated, the two institutions have begun talks regarding a strengthened relationship—but not without sparking controversy.

Albert Reyes elected sixth Buckner president

Albert ReyesAlbert Reyes was elected as the sixth president in the 131-year history of Buckner International Jan. 22, succeeding Ken Hall, who remains with Buckner as chief executive officer. video included


New evangelical group calls for cancellation of Haiti's debt

A new organization of progressive evangelicals has formed calling for complete cancellation of Haiti's foreign debt in order to aid an already fragile economy devastated by a Jan.12 earthquake.

Texas Baptists seek ways to meet needs in Haiti

In the wake of last week’s devastating earthquake in Haiti, Texas Baptists are mobilizing for service and seeking to multiply efforts when the country’s infrastructure is rebuilt to the point that widespread relief efforts can take place.

Baptist World Alliance pledges solidarity with Baptists in Malaysia

The head of the Baptist World Alliance has sent a letter of support for the "Baptist family in Malaysia" in light of a rash of attacks on churches since a controversial court ruling that Christians can use the word "Allah" when referring to God.

Haitians seek shelter near church in Port-au-Prince

Haiti ShilohA blue tarp tied to what is left of Shiloh Baptist Church in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, serves as a safe haven for some members who survived the Jan. 12 earthquake.Video Included


Baptist assessment team reports difficult conditions in Haiti

Members of Southern Baptists’ disaster assessment team reported from Port-au-Prince Jan. 20, describing severe damage in Haiti’s capital city and snarled traffic, but noted Baptists had been able to help “with a couple of deliveries” of aid.

In face of uncertainty, Temple church members cling to faith

In the days following the Jan. 19 fire that destroyed the facility of First Baptist Church in Temple, many things are still uncertain. But members insist some things are rock-solid sure—God is in control, he loves his people and there is power in prayer.

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