A five-day online virtual mission tour will allow Baptist women to educate themselves about what Baptists are doing and can do to address the problem of domestic violence.
News of the death of mainline churches may be exaggerated, as a number of established congregations are being revitalized by focusing on one ministry at a time.
Greg Hamby, who died Monday from complications of a near-drowning the day before while on vacation in South Carolina, was just settling in at First Baptist Church in Essex, Conn., after moving there in January.
Chinese Christians on the frontline of disaster response are getting a $10,000 boost from American Baptists.
Burmese Baptists immigrating to the United States are providing spiritual growth and gratitude for the denomination that first evangelized them.
One American said she was proud to see fellow Baptists, ethnic Georgians, rally to support the freedom of Muslims to pray.
Rep. Barbara Lee, an American Baptist, is calling for repeal of a law passed to grant the president authority to use military force in the aftermath of 9/11.
An author and lawyer says racial inequality in America’s justice system would “have Dr. King turning in his grave.”
This year’s biennial American Baptist gathering, June 21-23 in Overland Park, Kan., takes the form of a Mission Summit, celebrating three events significant in the denomination’s history.