MOUNSDVILLE, WV (BP) –Shane Henderson’s life is pretty busy.
NASHVILLE (BP) – Discipleship catalysts from the Georgia Baptist Mission Board discussed how to view discipleship as a process rather than a program during a webinar hosted Thursday (Oct. 28).
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.
HAZLEHURST, Ga. (BP) – Just as it goes with the church, life has a way of impacting the workplace. Employees deal with personal struggles, family issues, addiction and myriad other distractions that can impact their performance.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP) – Together for the Gospel, a conference occurring every two years since its inception in 2006, will come together for the last time in 2022, organizers said today.
I’ve never seen the idea of the church so marginalized in all my lifetime. The secular world mocks the church and the Christian world devalues the church. The local church is seen, even by believers, as unnecessary and antiquated and optional. You can kind of understand the issues perhaps. After all, churches are filled with […]
NASHVILLE (BP) – Several recent ministry gatherings reflect the growth of Asian ministries in the Southern Baptist Convention both past and present.
PHILADELPHIA (BP) -- Over half of self-identified Christians in the U.S. don’t actively practice their faith, the American Bible Society (ABS) said in its latest release from the 2021 State of the Bible.
Do you compare yourself to other pastors or leaders? If so, who is the object of your comparison? The person who comes to mind may reveal whether your battle with comparison is a struggle with pride or insecurity.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. (BP) – People who are rooted in Scripture tend to make better neighbors, the American Bible Society said in releasing the latest data from its 2021 State of the Bible report.