“Let’s face it — we’re all just one text message away, one email away, one call away from disaster or getting the wind knocked out
On arguably the most stressful day in an already stressful year, ministers from across Birmingham and central Alabama took comfort in remarks made by Ronnie
In 1979, Al Jackson told the search committee at Lakeview Baptist Church, Auburn, that if they called him as pastor, he planned to stay for
“There’s not a more pertinent subject now for our churches than regathering,” said Rick Lance, executive director of the Alabama Baptist State Board of Missions.
As churches navigate the path of serving their congregations through the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic, many have attempted to provide cohesive worship experiences. For some, incorporating music
By Shawn Hendricks Correspondent, The Alabama Baptist The Alabama Department of Labor announced this week that employees in the state who are unable to work
Sunday School classes, discipleship and life groups, church staff teams, and others who meet regularly are facing tough decisions as health and government officials recommend