STAMFORD, Conn. (BP) – Chaplain John Revell says first responders and police have "a front row seat to depravity."
SOPHIA, N.C. (BP) – Military wives and families "share their loved one with the world," said Mary Gray, a former military wife and current military family advocate. She is committed to serving the families of those she calls "the sons and daughters of America."
GRAPEVINE, Texas (BP) – What gives you hope? Our ultimate hope is eternal life in Christ, and that is the best answer to that question. But there are human analogs for ultimate hope – light in the darkness, the protection of a hen for her chicks, a land of milk and honey, the bosom of Abraham, and so on. What in this life, a pure thing, encourages you to put up with the frustrations of the day?
COLUMBIA, S.C. (BP) -- In light of COVID-19, many Baptist state conventions have canceled onsite women's training events. But seven conventions have joined together to develop a virtual event this fall to provide encouragement and training for women in ministry.
DURHAM, N.C. (BP) -- Before the COVID-19 pandemic, Mike and Rachel Rapacz worshiped on Sundays at the Capital Hills campus of The Summit Church in Raleigh-Durham, N.C., and hosted a small group on Mondays in their Wake Forest home.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (BP) -- Impact Baptist Church & Ministries of Memphis has so thrived during the COVID-19 pandemic that Pastor Michael Ellis Sr. sees no reason to resume onsite worship before 2021.
ALPHARETTA, Ga. (BP) -- At the end of January when more than 130 pastors left the first gathering of the Timothy + Barnabas Institute (TBI), the participants had no idea the challenges they would face in leading their churches in 2020.
The individual life of a Christian is not about the individual alone, but God's church. He us not only for our own benefit, but also to bless and support others, especially fellow Christians.
The American Church has a discipleship problem, Aaron Earls says. The issue is not a lack of discipleship, however, but rather a glut of discipleship coming from the wrong sources.
THAILAND (BP) -- The words weren't easy for Angela to hear: "If you go back as a single career missionary, you probably will never get married." She understood that her adviser wanted her to consider the sacrifice she might have to make by committing to long-term missions. A one-way ticket to another country could greatly decrease her chances of meeting a husband and having a family.