DALLAS (BP) – For Tony Evans and his daughter Priscilla Shirer, each trip to the Holy Land opens new layers in the story of God.
DALLAS (BP) – With food supplies falling as low as 11 percent below last year, church-based feeding programs are finding it more difficult to provide traditional Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners this holiday season.
MOBRIDGE, S.D. (BP) – Pastor Everett and Rebecca Hornbostel’s path to black belts in Taekwondo began when their son Nic was bullied in second grade. The parents enrolled Nic in Taekwondo to build his confidence, and soon enrolled themselves.
BRIDGETON, Mo. (BP) -- The debilitating trauma the survivor suffered from being trafficked for sex is emblematic of those rescued through the Freedom 43:19 human trafficking ministry of the Missouri Baptist Children’s Home (MBCH).
MCDONOUGH, Ga. (BP) – Christian school planters Tom and Patricia McClure had only served in Hungary nine months when an 18-wheeler slammed into the back of Tom’s van, breaking his neck and leaving him paralyzed from the shoulders down. He lived six months before dying.
LONGVIEW, Texas (BP) – There are 41 local governments across the United States that have adopted ordinances banning abortions and declaring themselves Sanctuary Cities for the Unborn since the grassroots movement launched in 2019, movement founder Mark Lee Dickson said.
FORT WORTH, Texas (BP) – Sincerely held religious beliefs can be used to shield certain for-profit businesses from federal sex discrimination liability established in Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, a Texas district court judge ruled Sunday (Oct. 31).
WILLOW GROVE, Pa. (BP) – Noted pastor and author Tony Evans tells of his courtship with his late wife Lois. A scary ride at an amusement park was his ticket to speeding her approval.
Sex abuse task force motions fail at Missouri, Mississippi state meetings, pass in California, Arkansas
BRANSON, Mo. (BP) – Motions to create state-level sex abuse task forces failed at the 2021 state Baptist annual meetings in Mississippi and Missouri this week, although a similar motion was unanimously approved in Arkansas.
WASHINGTON (BP) – Incarcerated people became more forgiving, accountable, grateful and capable of self-control after taking an eight-week Bible study on the Gospel of Mark, a newly released study from Prison Fellowship International (PFI) and Baylor University found.