The Texas Baptist Hunger Offering helped provide food for Nicaraguan families reeling from twin disasters.
12/09/2020 - By Texas Baptists Communications
When a ministry partner pitched the idea of a radio ministry, Eric Maroney saw it as a part of a larger strategy to spread the gospel and connect seekers with local congregations in Croatia.
12/01/2020 - By IMB Staff
Due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, the Baptist World Congress—originally scheduled for July 2020 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil—will instead become an online event July 7-10, 2021.
11/23/2020 - By Ken Camp / Managing Editor
A new Texas Baptist Men water ministry partnership in Ghana is helping Ghanaian believers teach people how they can have clean hands and clean hearts. The initiative led 200 people to faith in Christ during October alone.
11/17/2020 - By John Hall / Texas Baptist Men
An untold number of evangelical Christians are likely among growing deaths in Nigeria, an advocate for Christians in Nigeria said.
10/29/2020 - By Diana Chandler / Baptist Press
The State Department no longer is making publicly available a number of statistics about refugees admitted into the United States, including their religious affiliation.
10/15/2020 - By Emily McFarlan Miller and Jack Jenkins / Religion News Service
Permanent resettlement is an elusive dream for many of the world’s 79.5 million forcibly displaced people.
10/12/2020 - By IMB Staff
A day after a Jehovah’s Witness became the first to be acquitted in Russia since a 2017 ruling declared his faith group “extremist,” six Russian members received suspended sentences for gathering for worship.
10/09/2020 - By Adelle M. Banks / Religion News Service
An international group of religion scholars—including a Baylor University professor—is calling on President Vladimir Putin and his administration to end the persecution of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Russia.
10/06/2020 - By Emily McFarlan Miller / Religion News Service
As a result of strict Islamic blasphemy laws, a 37-year-old Christian was sentenced to death because of allegations he insulted the Islamic prophet Muhammad via text messages to a coworker.
09/15/2020 - By Tess Schoonhoven / Baptist Press
The Chinese government’s repression of Uyghur Muslims is a foretaste of the world’s future if there is not a change, human rights advocates warned Aug. 21 in a Southern Baptist-sponsored panel discussion.
08/25/2020 - By Tom Strode / Baptist Press
Texas Baptists are working in partnership with Health Outreach to the Middle East to provide emergency relief for people in Lebanon affected by the Aug. 4 explosion in Beirut.
08/12/2020 - By Bonnie Shaw / Texas Baptist Communications