First Baptist Church of Trenton prayed for two hours after Sunday morning worship late last year about what to do — disband, merge or abandon its cavernous building. A day later, church members say God answered with a resounding, "None of the above."<br>
Health and fitness entail obedience to God, not trendy eating fads, Kathy Litton writes, noting, "Our choices, behaviors and mindset say something to a watching world."<br>
SBC Digest: Connect316 to shift to prayer for June 11 meeting; Women & Work discussion slated for its inaugural meeting in Dallas.<br>
Year-to-date contributions to SBC national and international missions and ministries are 3.59 percent above the year-to-date budgeted projection and 1.54 percent above contributions received during the same time frame last year.<br>
The U.S. Supreme Court has delivered a victory for religious liberty Monday (June 4), ruling 7-2 for a Colorado cake artist who declined to design a cake for a same-sex wedding celebration.<br>
Despite turmoil related to terminations and resignations of "several" Southern Baptists "from key positions of leadership," Southern Baptist Convention President Steve says, there are signs "the Lord is going to come upon us powerfully in Dallas" at next week’s SBC annual meeting.<br>
Don’t take a vacation from God this summer, take a vacation with God, Autumn Wall writes in relaying ways for families to go on vacation while also growing in their faith.
In response to "a number of follow-up questions," Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary Trustee Chairman Kevin Ueckert released a statement Friday (June 1), two days after announcing Paige Patterson’s termination.
Evolutionists in Arizona may have reason for concern after the state’s top education official suggested students should be taught the reality many scientists already acknowledge: Evolution is a theory, not settled science.
A federal judge has thrown out a legal settlement that would have allowed the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) to review whether a Southern Baptist foster home uses state funds to proselytize children.