A reduction of 600-800 International Mission Board staff and field personnel should not decrease the board's Gospel impact worldwide, IMB President David Platt told members of the media during an Aug. 27 conference call.
International Mission Board leaders have outlined a plan to address IMB's revenue shortfalls and complete a reset of the organization in order to move forward into the future with "innovative vision, wise stewardship and high accountability."
A familiar scene repeated itself at a rural Kentucky courthouse: a gay couple marched into the clerk's office, requested a marriage license and insisted that a mounting pile of court orders proves they are entitled to one.
Monday's (Aug. 24) stock market drop, on the heels of disappointing performance over the last few days, led to headlines and some investor concerns. But long-term investors should continue to consider their objectives and time horizons, advises an investment strategist.
With the potential affairs of millions exposed by a hack of the adultery-facilitating Ashley Madison website, Southern Baptist leaders have offered counsel to affected families, churches and individuals.
A federal appeals court has upheld a ruling ordering a Kentucky county clerk to issue marriage licenses to gay couples.
A contingent of students, faculty, and staff of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary bolstered 500 pro-life protesters at Louisville's Planned Parenthood office Aug. 22.
The Kentucky Derby week murder of a coffee shop owner from Toronto caused Westport Road Baptist's youth group from Louisville to reach out to the victim's friends, family and colleagues on their Canadian mission trip.
An update from Oneida Baptist Institute
An update from Kentucky Woman's Missionary Union
Kim Davis claims Beshear's order to issue marriage licenses violates her religious freedom.