A diverse group of religious leaders signed an open letter warning that a bill before the Senate could undermine progress in negotiations aimed at keeping Iran from developing nuclear weapons.
Rather than something to be avoided at all costs, the Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America views conflict as “holy ground.”
Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth, first released 13 years ago, has been updated to reflect changes in culture and share more stories of churches “coming out” in support of lesbians and gays.
An author and seminary professor will be honored for three decades of peacemaking work at this summer’s Baptist World Alliance annual gathering in Jamaica.
An upcoming event in Minnesota is the second of three meetings planned by three progressive Baptist groups seeking to mobilize their members to oppose laws denying marriage benefits to gays.
Directors of the Baptist Peace Fellowship of North America voted recently to authorize funding for conflict transformation training in Sudan/South Sudan and the Philippines and to assist with creation of a Baptist Peace Fellowship of Latin America and the Caribbean.