Despite Boko Haram, Gospel impacts NigeriaMAIDUGURI, Nigeria (BP) –- As Boko Haram militants continue to attack Nigeria and threaten neighboring countries, Christian workers there say the Gospel is going forth and impacting receptive hearts.©EC/ECHO/Anouk Delafortrie. Used by permission.
Greg Dorsey*, a Christian worker in West Africa, said Nigerian Christians are effectively engaging many areas of the country. Read More
Crime scenes provide ministry opportunityNEW ORLEANS (BP) -- Gun violence in New Orleans' quiet Gentilly neighborhood once was rare, but after four shootings rocked Gentilly Baptist Church in a year's time, pastor Ken Taylor decided something had to change. Read More
Mormons on LGBT rights called naive, unhelpfulWASHINGTON (BP) -- The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will support civil rights for lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgender people if religious freedom protections also are ensured, its leaders announced Tuesday (Jan. 27).Southern Baptist leaders, however, said the Mormons' approach to the conflict between sexual rights and religious liberty is naive and unhelpful, as well as unacceptable to proponents of LGBT rights. Read More
Korean churches see Cooperative Program's valueTORRANCE, Calif. (BP) -- The more time Paul Kim spent with his fellow Southern Baptist pastors, the more he saw the discrepancy between the way they did missions and the way he led Good Community Church to do missions. The California church doubled in size after he refocused his congregation to join together with other Southern Baptist churches for cooperative missions. Read MorePhoto courtesy of Global Mission Church