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Pastors salaries on the rise but medical coverage drops

Compensation for full-time Southern Baptist church staff members has exceeded the cost-of-living increase over the past two years. However, health insurance coverage continues to decline, according to the 2016 SBC Church Compensation Study.


Columbine martyr film seeks bold youth revival

When two fellow classmates approached Rachel Joy Scott on the lawn of Columbine High School and questioned her belief in Jesus, she affirmed her faith and was shot to death at point-blank range


FIRST PERSON: Some advice from a fellow student

It's easy to forget the importance of our own spirituality when confronted with these assignments and deadlines.


Weaver to lead Franklin Association

Jeremy Weaver joined Franklin Baptist Association as director of missions Sept. 1.


Was 9/11 a catalyst for missions to Muslims?

In the years since Sept. 11, 2001, the number of Unengaged, Muslim Unreached People Groups (UMUPGs) in the world has decreased by nearly 20 percent, from 1,333 in 2001 to 1,077 today, according to statistics provided by Vision 5:9, a coalition of Christian missions organizations focused on reaching Muslims.


500-year-old Torah scroll 'gift of a testimony'

A complete scroll of the Torah dating to the 16th or 17th century was given to Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in a presentation at Alumni Memorial Chapel, Sept. 1.


Baptist students, 450 strong, aid flood survivors

LSU's Baptist Collegiate Ministry spearheaded a massive cleanup event, drawing more than 450 students from collegiate ministries in Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia and Tennessee.


Skip the endorsements in church, most Americans say

Since the 1950s, the IRS has banned preachers from endorsing candidates during church services. Most Americans seem to like it that way.