The ancient practice which involves walking a maze while praying has become more popular among Baptists as Christians in general are adopting more eclectic spiritual disciplines.

Published in Faith

Being ranked high in Bible reading and devotion isn't as important as living the life Christ wants his followers to have, pastors down South and back East say.

Published in Social Issues

Leaders say Steven Porter has the right combination of field experience and scholarly insight to lead the CBF missions enterprise into the 21st century.

Published in Organizations

Leaders of national Baptist disaster-relief efforts say recent twisters and other storms have created damage more common to hurricanes that require a wide distribution of volunteers, equipment and money.

Published in Organizations
Wednesday, 30 April 2014 16:36

CBF names global missions coordinator

StevenPorter webSteven Porter, who served as executive director of Touching Miami with Love 2001-2005, has been named new CBF coordinator of global missions.

Published in Organizations

Now cleared to enter devastated towns in Arkansas, Baptist relief groups are moving in to help even as continuing violent weather is creating new victims. 

Published in Organizations

A prominent CBF pastor says he is stepping down to support his wife’s calling as a pastor.

Published in People

 But waiting doesn't mean doing nothing, officials say.

Published in Organizations

Immigration reform advocates say they’re impressed with a broad-based religious coalition forming around the issue, but say there also needs to be more involvement from people in the pews.

Published in Organizations

Seeing the connection between the environment, economies and the basic need for water is luring an increasing number of churches to delve into domestic and international water ministry.

Published in Missions
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