FORT WORTH, Texas. (BP) – MinistrySafe, a non-profit organization focused on offering training to churches to prevent sexual abuse, is helping develop training on how the abuse prevention landscape has changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
SANTA BÁRBARA D'OESTE, Brasil (BP) - El trabajo bautista en Brasil ha crecido de un pequeño grupo de personas hace 150 años a 15.000 congregaciones y 3,5 millones de personas en la actualidad.
NASHVILLE (BP) – The Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee considered a number of referrals from messengers at the 2021 SBC Annual Meeting and approved several financial items at the entity’s meeting Tuesday (Sept. 21).
SUDBURY, Mass. (BP) – When First Baptist Church of Sudbury started its own summer basketball camp four years ago, members had no idea the Gospel opportunities that would arise from it. Lead Pastor Jay Ridenour said the church would typically host one week of “Vacation Bible Adventure” for about 100 kids each summer. But since […]
NASHVILLE (BP) – An investigation is underway regarding a fire earlier this week at The Axis Church in Germantown, a Nashville neighborhood. The fire was caused by a Molotov cocktail thrown through the front window Monday night (Sept. 13).
NASHVILLE (BP) – Several Southern Baptists were among the noteworthy speakers and worship artists at the 2021 Sing! Worship Conference, hosted by hymn writers Keith and Kristyn Getty.
SANTA BÁRBARA D’OESTE, Brazil (BP) – Baptist work in Brazil has grown from a small group of people 150 years ago to 15,000 congregations and 3.5 million people today.
FRANKLIN, Tenn. (BP) – AWANA, the non-profit ministry focused on children’s discipleship, will host a Child Discipleship Forum this week in Franklin, Tenn., focusing on discipling in an increasingly secular culture.
NASHVILLE (BP) – While Baptism Sunday (Sept. 12) will mainly serve as a day for Southern Baptist churches to perform and celebrate baptisms, it can also serve as a day for pastors to continue teaching and discussing the critical ordinance.
NEW YORK CITY (BP) – Twenty years after spending weeks in what could only be called a war zone, Southern Baptist Disaster Relief volunteers are reflecting on their experience working in the immediate aftermath of 9/11 and how it affected their lives.