At a young age, Johnna Breland felt called to be a doctor, but as she grew up, that career never seemed to work out. It
No matter the time of year, churches have a hard time finding volunteers for various ministries. With the new year just under way, many needs
The NCAA Board of Governors on Jan. 19 declined to make a definitive statement on collegiate transgender athletes, instead leaving their status up to each
A friend tells of accepting an invitation to attend a Bible study for senior adult women. “These women represented several churches in our area,” she
Afghanistan has moved to the top of the list of countries where Christians suffer the most persecution for their faith, overtaking North Korea for the
On July 7, Birmingham will host the opening ceremony of the 11th World Games. From July 7–17, some 3,500 athletes from more than 100 countries
LAHORE, Pakistan — A judge in Pakistan recently changed a Christian’s life sentence on a blasphemy allegation to a death sentence, reports Morning Star News.
Every person in ministry has a degree of difficulty juggling responsibilities and serving the needs of others. But bivocational pastors, who comprise 50-70% of Baptist