BGR celebrates 10th anniversary with $100,000 giving campaign
NASHVILLE, Tenn.—Baptist Global Response (BGR) is celebrating its 10-year anniversary in a big way—with a campaign to raise $100,000 for
Jerry and Misty Wade ‘retire’ as missionaries to Guatemala
SALISBURY, Md.—Jerry Wade, retired executive pastor of SonRise Church, Salisbury, and his wife, Misty, are preparing for long-term mission service
Oval Office prayer gathering ‘encouraging,’ ‘humbling’
By David Roach WASHINGTON (BP) – Participants in an impromptu Oval Office prayer meeting have described the experience as “encouraging,”
Twin sisters discover ‘above, beyond’ foster care
By Carrie Brown McWhorter/Alabama Baptist GARDENDALE, Ala. (BP) — When Michaela Sanderson Guthrie was 11 years old, a social services
5 encouragements for short-term summer mission teams
by Daniel Slott RICHMOND, Va. (BP) — Summers provide great opportunities for short-term mission teams to serve the cause of Christ
Journal: assisted suicide about ‘autonomy,’ not pain
TORONTO (BP) — A report on physician-assisted suicide in Canada appears to support claims by opponents of the practice that
‘Leverage’ of CP fosters church’s ethnic initiatives
By Karen Willoughby PHOENIX (BP) — Kirundi is one of four languages spoken during worship services at First Southern Baptist
MEMORIAL DAY: Those who became soldiers
By Jake McCandless MOUNT VERNON, Ark. (BP) — Attendance numbers, professions of faith, baptisms and sexual purity commitment cards showed
Former Muslim now ‘opens doors’ to the Gospel
By Shannon Baker COLUMBIA, Md. – Fifteen-year-old Roy Pontoh was attending a Christian retreat when militant Muslims stormed the camp
Radical individual autonomy and physician-assisted suicide
By Brian Sandifer, PhD Lead Pastor of Potomac Height Baptist Church, Member of the BCM/D Christian Life and Public Affairs
Christ-centered parenting focus of ERLC efforts
By Tom Strode NASHVILLE (BP) — Christ-centered parenting will be the focus of a two-pronged effort in August by the
Blasphemy spotlighted as Christian jailed in Indonesia
By Diana Chandler JAKARTA, Indonesia (BP) — The blasphemy conviction of Jakarta’s ousted Christian governor has rallied international support for