NASHVILLE (BP) – The past several summers have been quiet at Tusculum Hills Baptist Church. This year has been different, as more than 60 kids and youth filled the brightly decorated sanctuary on a Friday morning, June 30, shouting at the top of their lungs to worship songs they learned that week in Vacation Bible School.
NEW ORLEANS, La. (BP) — Many ministry leaders are known for their oratory skills and ability to communicate. Underneath the smooth, audible delivery, however, hides a silent but powerful inner critic leaders wrestle daily.
BRENTWOOD (Tenn.) – “Truth can be different for different people. Do what makes you happy. If you don’t agree with me, you don’t love me.”
BRENTWOOD, Tenn. (BP) – “Who am I, and where do I belong?”
If the average evangelical in America were to appear on the game show Jeopardy!, they might struggle with a category called “Christian Theology.”
ORLANDO, Fla. (BP) – Lifeway Christian Resources revealed a new, next-gen curriculum line, Hyfi, on Jan. 10 at the annual Children’s Pastors Conference. Chuck Peters, director of Lifeway Kids, called Hyfi a needed resource that will help “flip the script” for churches seeking to reach kids and students in an increasingly secularized society.
NASHVILLE (BP) – In 2022, Lifeway Christian Resources celebrated the impact of new and legacy ministry experiences while looking toward the future and fresh opportunities for growth.
NASHVILLE (BP) – A leading topic of confusion for the next generation is the concept of identity. But before churches can partner with parents in addressing this issue, ministry leaders of kids and students must first have a biblical foundation for their own identity in Christ.
BOSSIER CITY, La. (BP) – On a cold January morning in northwest Louisiana, pastor Terry Young couldn’t distribute Bibles to his congregation fast enough.
ANAHEIM, Calif. – Whether current events have Southern Baptists on edge or on the edge of their seats, one thing is clear – many church leaders are wrestling with anxiety on a regular basis.