The YouVersion app has captured more readers of the Bible than the total population of the world when Johannes Gutenberg revolutionized the world with his printed Bible around 1454.
ELIZABETHTOWN, Ky. (KT) – Rev. Harold Pike, who was recognized Tuesday at the Kentucky Baptist Convention Annual Meeting with the Lifetime Leadership in Evangelism Award for his 61 years of service, used the occasion to ask prayer for his ailing son Mark Pike.
DULUTH, Ga.(BP) – In the television world where adult themes often find their way even into sitcoms and gameshows, believers now have an alternative that offers authentically Christian and theologically sound programming.
(RNS) – A new bonus episode of "The Chosen" will hit theaters on Dec. 1, delighting millions of fans eagerly awaiting the show's third season. The special will tell the story of Jesus' birth through the eyes of Mary and Joseph and will also feature performances by Christian artists Phil Wickham, Maverick City Music, For King & Country and others.
DALLAS (BP) – For Tony Evans and his daughter Priscilla Shirer, each trip to the Holy Land opens new layers in the story of God.
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).
NASHVILLE (BP) – A new film depicting the Christian conversion of author and apologist C.S. Lewis titled “The Most Reluctant Convert: The Untold Story of C.S. Lewis,” opens for a limited release in theaters Wednesday (Nov.3).
NASHVILLE (BP) – Keith and Kristyn Getty, songwriters known for creating well-known modern hymns and for hosting the annual Sing! Worship Conference, will release a new album titled “Confessio: Irish American Roots” this Friday (Oct. 29).
NASHVILLE (BP) – In accordance with the SBC Executive Committee’s new prayer ministry assignment given by SBC messengers, a new technology toolkit devoted to elevating prayer through the convention has been launched today.
NASHVILLE (BP) – The recent revelations of troubling policies and practices at Facebook demonstrate Christians should continue to seek to influence social media companies and to address related issues in a biblically sound manner, said a Southern Baptist technology ethicist.