In a pitch-black room, David and Julie Yngsdal sat down to study the Bible with David and Zawadi, a refugee couple. The Yngsdals serve with
Global Christian leaders are calling on believers worldwide to respond to the expansive and ongoing need of more than 150,000 Armenian refugees displaced by a
When the first COVID-19 cases hit Brazil in March, the government agency in charge of protecting the country’s Indigenous peoples, the National Indigenous Foundation, ordered
International Mission Board senior leaders are urging Southern Baptists to use extreme caution if they are considering overseas missions travel for the remainder of 2020.
By Margaret Colson The Alabama Baptist What does the coronavirus, also referred to as COVID-19, mean for Alabama Baptists — particularly those who may be
EDITOR’S NOTE: Updated June 12, 2019, at 10 a.m. to correct final attendance. “Sweet home, Alabama, where the skies are so blue. Sweet home, Alabama,
Tropical Cyclone Idai brought torrential rain and wind as it made landfall near Beira City, Mozambique, in southeast Africa. Hundreds are confirmed dead in Mozambique,
Blue and yellow hard hats can be seen along eight West Virginia counties’ roads and streets — hats worn by Southern Baptist Disaster Relief (SBDR)