NASHVILLE (BP) – Ben Mandrell, president and CEO of Lifeway Christian Resources, presented checks totaling $543,300.81 to International Mission Board (IMB) President Paul Chitwood and North American Mission Board (NAMB) President Kevin Ezell on Monday (Sept. 19) during the Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee meeting.
NASHVILLE (BP) — Most Americans say suicide has become an epidemic in the United States, and few say people who commit suicide automatically go to hell.
NASHVILLE (BP) – As the number of single adults in the United States continues to grow, so does the need for ministry to single adults in churches.
NASHVILLE (BP) – Idols don’t always come in the form of carved statues or reside in places of worship. Many pastors believe modern-day idols can be benign-looking desires with significant influence on people in their congregations.
NASHVILLE (BP) – Although Americans need to have productive conversations regarding challenges in our society, there is no consensus on who is in the best position to generate healthy conversations around these issues.
NASHVILLE (BP) – While most Americans say religious liberty is on the decline in the country, even more believe Christians are increasingly confronted with intolerance in the U.S. But some say American Christians complain too much about how they are treated.
NASHVILLE (BP) – Most Americans, including many people of non-Christian faiths or no faith at all, are open to a variety of denominations of Christian churches.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP) — In the current fast-paced, high-pressure American culture, pastors are stressed, and they know that needs to change.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Lifeway Christian Resources hopes its newly released “CSB Lifeway Women’s Bible” encourages women of all ages to study God’s Word and be inspired to grow and worship alongside their community. The result of a four-year Bible project, the “CSB Lifeway Women’s Bible” includes an in-depth collection of inspirational articles, devotional commentary, study tools and other Bible-reading helps from prominent voices in the Lifeway Women community.
Disciple-making is the primary call of every pastor, and most recognize this as a skill they should continue to develop as church leaders.