CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. (BP) – In the middle class neighborhood of Parkridge Church, cars lined up an hour before opening to receive nonperishable food to help them survive the lingering economic challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In Revelation, Jesus encouraged the church at Smyrna to remain steadfast in Him, who had already secured their victory. Christians today have the same assurance.
MANHATTAN, Kan. (BP) – The baptism services closing out the semester for Christian Challenge at Kansas State University have become consistent, though anything but routine. Each story represents a life changed, but also many lives invested.
DULUTH, Ga. (BP) – Heartbreaking images from India show human suffering on a scale beyond anything most people have ever seen as the COVID-19 pandemic races through a nation of 1.3 billion people.
TIGERVILLE, S.C. (BP) -- Historians call the final quarter of the 19th century the Gilded Age, a term originally coined by Mark Twain. It was an era characterized by unprecedented industrialization, spurred on especially by the expansion of the railroad industry. It was the age of tycoons, monopolies, mass immigration, rapid urbanization and significant wealth disparity.
Do you treat Jesus like a hotel tenant on a short-term stay rather than the owner of the house? When He saves us, we must learn to submit to and cooperate with His renovations.
NASHVILLE (BP) – It has happened again. A prominent “Christian” artist has deconverted from the Christian faith. What is happening?
JOPLIN, Mo. (BP) – After tornado alarms sounded in Joplin on May 22, 2011, Pastor John Swadley of Forest Park Baptist Church here took shelter with his family in a crawlspace under their home. They listened to radio reports covering the storm and its devastating aftermath.
NASHVILLE (BP) – In the days following the 2021 SBC Annual Meeting in June, two additional evangelical conferences featuring a number of Southern Baptists will convene in Nashville.
What's a Christian to do in sowing the Gospel when many refuse to hear? Pray, and keep on sowing.