American Baptist Home Mission Societies (ABHMS) has established a GoFundMe campaign to show solidarity with a children’s home in Oklahoma widely criticized after declining a
Kim Menon was an avowed atheist. As a child her parents took her to church but no one could satisfy her with the answers she
If your church is suddenly overtaken by Millennials with their eyes stuck on their phones, you can thank Pokémon. And several Alabama Baptist churches and
Almost by accident, Kerry Smith has become a popular artist — a sculptor, painter and woodcarver. But he hasn’t done it alone. His constant companion
In 15 years, Marshall Lewis has worked on a lot of church buildings. It’s quite a list. But the list of friends he’s made is
Messengers participating in the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) annual meeting in St. Louis, Missouri, approved a $189 million Cooperative Program (CP) budget, finalized Golden Gate
Boniface (c. 675–754), the “Apostle to the Germans,” established Christianity in the Germanic parts of the Frankish Empire. This year is the 1,300th anniversary of
What is the experience of a first-time visitor really like at your church? Is it easy to find a parking spot? To locate the restrooms?