As Grammy and Dove Award-winning recording artist Zach Williams performs concerts around the country, he realizes the importance of sharing his own personal testimony of God’s redemption, hoping to connect audiences with Christ.
Supporting Baptist hospitals in impacting lostness: A Q&A with IMB’s director of Global Health Strategies
RICHMOND (BP) -- People are dying physically. People are dying spiritually. Many are dying in places where the Gospel has never been heard.
VENTURA, Calif. (BP) – Christians have less confidence in artificial intelligence (AI) than non-Christians, especially when it comes to AI use by churches, Barna Group researchers found in a study conducted in partnership with Gloo.
FRANKLIN, Tenn. (BP) — Ryan Stevenson’s past includes the good and bad, happiness and heartache, triumph and tragedy.
ELIZABETHTON, Tenn. (BP) – Jason Holly, the youth minister at First Baptist Church in Elizabethton, remembers when Texas Rangers rookie outfielder Evan Carter was a boy playing in the local Grasscutter football league for 6-8-year-olds. Holly had a tiny Superman logo printed specifically for Carter.
SAN FRANCISCO (BP) -- Meta’s social media platforms including Facebook and Instagram intentionally target children and teens with features that harm mental health, attorneys general in 42 states and Washington D.C. said in lawsuits Oct. 24.
MCDONOUGH, Ga. (BP) – As the award-winning band Casting Crowns reflects on 20 years in the Christian music industry, lead singer Mark Hall notes the group’s mission and message have remained the same as when they first started recording and touring.
Why are we so worried and what are we so worried about? No matter how we answer those questions, all of us can admit Americans are worried. The unpredictable economy, the immigration crisis, crime waves in American cities, and a war in the Middle East have done nothing to relieve our stress.
CASSVILLE, Ga. (BP) — On a football field, there’s little Sacovie White cannot do.
NASHVILLE (BP) — This college football season is unlike any other in David Pollack’s life. For as long as he can remember, the sport dominated his Saturdays in ways most people haven’t experienced.