ANAHEIM, Calif. (BP) – Southern Baptists will have a variety of candidates to choose from when electing officers during the 2022 SBC Annual Meeting June 14-15.
NASHVILLE (BP) – A leaked copy of a Supreme Court opinion that would essentially overturn 1973’s Roe V. Wade decision has prompted Southern Baptists to reflect on their pro-life history.
VIZHNITSA, Ukraine (BP) – For The Ball Brothers, a chart-topping Christian vocal group, their recent trip to Ukraine represented much more than just an opportunity to sing, but an opportunity to serve.
NEW ORLEANS, La. (BP) – Joe McKeever, a well-known Baptist minister famous for drawing cartoons and caricatures for Baptist publications, has announced his intention to donate his entire archive of cartoons and other works to the John T. Christian Library at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary (NOBTS).
NASHVILLE (BP) – As Baptism Sunday (April 24) approaches, stories of older Christians being baptized are serving as a reminder that it is never too late to take a step of obedience.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP) – Several Southern Baptist pastors spoke during the final Together for the Gospel (T4G) conference April 19-21, including H.B. Charles, Greg Gilbert, Juan Sanchez and T4G cofounder Mark Dever.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP) – The final Together for the Gospel (T4G) conference, taking place April 19-21, has prompted many Southern Baptists to reflect on the conference series’ impact on evangelical Christianity as well as their own personal lives.
DAGSBORO, Delaware (BP) – For Tom Stolle, associate executive director and chief financial officer for the Baptist Convention of Maryland/Delaware (BCMD), helping equip churches to care for those with disabilities is a deeply personal endeavor. His son, Jimmy, now 20, was born with severe autism.
NASHVILLE (BP) – Awana, the non-profit ministry focused on children’s discipleship, has announced the release of a new resource designed for biblically based family discipleship titled “Talk About.”
MOUNT EBAL, Israel (BP) – Further evidence of ancient Hebrew language, in the form of a lead tablet with a written inscription, has been discovered near Mt. Ebal in Israel. The finding has been hailed as a major boon to the case for an older Old Testament, but a Southern Baptist seminary professor urges caution.