NASHVILLE (BP) – Fifty years ago, as they prepared to bring their third child into what seemed to be increasingly chaotic times, Bill and Gloria Gaither found themselves concerned about the kind of world their son Benjy would grow up in.
OKLAHOMA CITY (BP) – When Julie Busler returned to America with her family after serving as missionaries, everything seemed great from the outside. No one would have guessed she had returned due to a mental health crisis.
JISR, Israel (BP) – Jewish Israeli Neta Hanien has forged a business partnership with Arab Israeli Ahmad Juha in Jisr, the only exclusively Arab town in Israel proper. Enemies of one or the other reside in nearby towns in Israel and Palestine.
NASHVILLE (BP) – Attention to mental health across the country increased over the last year due to the potential effects brought on by the coronavirus shutdown. It’s a touch point, though, that has been gathering steam across the Southern Baptist Convention since 2013.
NASHVILLE (BP) – Putting words to God’s character traits is something all Christian creatives try to do. Books, poetry, songs, sermons – every expression provides a new way to explore and relish in the reality of the Creator.
NASHVILLE (BP) – Netflix’s new faith-based original film “A Week Away,” provides Christian audiences with a fun family-friendly musical featuring reimagined ‘90s contemporary Christian classics as well as several original songs.
WACO, Texas (Sports Spectrum) – Baylor jumped out to a 9-0 lead over Gonzaga on Monday night (April 5) and never looked back. By the time their dominating performance was over, the Bears had an 86-70 victory for the first men’s basketball national championship in school history.
INDIANAPOLIS (RNS) — March Madness ends tonight with the ultimate church league showdown.
BRANSON, Mo. (BP) – Proclaiming the words of Jesus daily while portraying the Savior in Sight & Sound's live musical production of "Jesus -- Live" affects actor Cody Hunt like no other role in his 10-year career.
EULESS, Texas (BP) – The crowd of approximately 700 Hispanic young people sang and swayed to the Christian singers and musicians at Cross City Español Friday night, March 19. The sight didn’t surprise Pastor Humberto Gonzalez. In fact, it’s one he expects to see more and more.