Woman’s Missionary Union will celebrate the 50th anniversary of Acteens—the missions education group for girls in grades 7–12—with a reunion of former Acteens in Birmingham, Ala., June 7.
By Drew Elizabeth Rushing
Denton Lotz, who served nearly two decades as general secretary of the Baptist World Alliance, died April 23 in Forestdale, Mass. He was 80.
By Staff / Baptist Standard
The Baptist Convention of New Mexico and other faith-based organizations in Albuquerque are helping to house and feed more than 400 asylum-seeking migrants from South and Central America at the request of municipal and federal agencies.
By Daniel Porter & Joy Pittman / Baptist New Mexican
Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary is looking to “recalibrate and to reposition” itself in “every way to strengthen the core of what we do,” President Adam Greenway told trustees during their spring meeting, April 8-10.
By Alex Sibley / Southwestern Seminary
Ernie Myers, founding executive director of the Nevada Baptist Convention, died April 2, in Plano. He was 93.
By Art Toalston / Baptist Press
James E. Wood Jr., former executive director of the Baptist Joint Committee for Religious Liberty and longtime director of Baylor University’s J.M. Dawson Center for Church-State Studies, died March 24 at age 96.
Jim Burton has been a professional storyteller more than four decades. Even now, ALS—also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease—isn’t keeping him from sharing his faith through stories.
By Joe Westbury / Baptist Press
Evoking the imagery of big-tent revival meetings, Adam Greenway laid out his vision for the future of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in his first chapel sermon as president.
As part of a transition to digital service, LifeWay will close its 170 brick-and-mortar stores in 2019.
By Carol Pipes / LifeWay Christian Resources
A Southern Baptist publishing executive recently revealed that she was a victim of alleged abuse for more than a decade from another Baptist leader.
By Adelle M. Banks / Religion News Service
From the National Palace in Guatemala to the Oval Office in Washington, leaders of the Florida Baptist Children’s Homes have found themselves advocating for child sex trafficking victims on international and national platforms.
By David Roach / Baptist Press
As the Southern Baptist Convention grapples with how to address sex abuse allegations, Baptist networks that split from it over the years already have taken steps to educate and assist their congregations should they face similar situations.