ROME, Ga. (BP) — A celebration this Thursday at Shorter University will center around progress over the last year and what the future holds as well as welcome former Georgia coach and newly inducted Hall of Famer Mark Richt as the featured speaker.
NEW ORLEANS (BP) — First Amendment protections and the North American Mission Board’s (NAMB) non-role in the termination of a state executive director remain central in the SBC entity’s latest legal filing.
NORTHBOROUGH, Mass. (BP) – The admission would shock many, and even more so coming from a pastor. However, it’s part of Terry Dorsett’s testimony from what he calls “a dark period” in his life that ultimately shows the power of forgiveness as delivered only through Christ.
HELEN, Ga. (BP) — Missionaries are rightly celebrated and honored prior to leaving for the field. However, the challenges of settling into their ministry assignment and cultivating ongoing effectiveness can be overlooked by churches.
FLEMING ISLAND, Fla. (BP) – When Mike Stewart took over as national director for F.A.I.T.H. Riders in April 2016 after the death of founder Buddy Newsome, he received advice to just be himself.
FARMERSVILLE, Texas (BP) -- Southern Baptist Convention President Bart Barber addressed Gospel issues connected with the war in Gaza as well as those existing culturally in America during a prime-time interview Nov. 14.
NEW ORLEANS (BP) — An amicus brief filed in support of Will McRaney in his case against the North American Mission Board contains 62 signatories, including three current state executive directors, a current Executive Committee trustee and former EC president and CEO Morris Chapman.
TRACY, Calif. (BP) — During most of 2020, the 5 Loaves 2 Fish Food Pantry provided 245 grocery boxes per week. With no more than 10 volunteers available, the pace has slowed considerably by comparison down to 75 boxes. But rising food costs and other factors have made its presence no less needed, said director Kevin James.
FRANKLIN, Tenn. (BP) — Ryan Stevenson’s past includes the good and bad, happiness and heartache, triumph and tragedy.
NEW ORLEANS (BP) – Calling the August decision by a District court to dismiss his case against the North American Mission Board “wrong in almost every material aspect,” Will McRaney filed an appeal with the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals on Oct. 31.