Some 8,500 people — including a significant contingent of Southern Baptists — celebrated the Protestant Reformation’s 500th anniversary at The Gospel Coalition’s National Conference April 3-5 in Indianapolis.
One Texas pastor has found a ministry opportunity serving as a fireman.
A one mile stretch of Georgetown Road in Frankfort is being renamed for “Frankfort's pastor,” Wallace Kent.
Begun by Southern Baptists nearly a century ago, the Cooperative Program has proven to be a most effective and enduring way to support our collective ministry and mission work.
Many of our stories often are “mustard seeds,” through which readers are encouraged in their faith walks and are inspired to launch out in new ministries, such as disaster relief efforts, building or repairing homes through Kentucky Changers, or feeding the homeless and hungry in their communities.
President Trump signed legislation April 13 that once again enables states to withhold federal family planning funds from Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers.
The world’s religious adherents experienced greater government restraints and social animosities after two years of declines, according to a newly released study.
The thought of Jesus stepping out of the tomb on the first Easter morning is simply overwhelming. His atoning death was magnified by the miracle of His resurrection.