A recent movie by Al Gore has helped reveal a diversity of opinion among Christians when it comes to the environment.
Published in 2006 Archives
Roughly 1,600 Baptist women in the United States have been ordained to the ministry, according to a new report released June 21 by Baptist Women in Ministry.
Published in 2006 Archives
Two prominent players in the Southern Baptist Convention's debate over alcohol consumption have taken it to a new forum -- a major secular newspaper.
Published in 2006 Archives
Rob Nash, one day after being elected global missions coordinator of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, urged about 300 Baptists at an Associated Baptist Press banquet to pursue “information integrity” on their way to becoming “citizens of the world.”
Published in 2006 Archives
Under a new agreement, officials at the Southern Baptist Convention's International Mission Board have reinstated a missionary couple they threatened to fire for establishing a church that was not explicitly Baptist in the African nation of Guinea.
Published in 2006 Archives
After receiving an April 15 ultimatum to resign or face termination, Wyman and Michelle Dobbs have refused to resign as International Mission Board missionaries in Guinea, West Africa.
Published in 2006 Archives
NEW YORK (ABP) -- The foundational symbol of God's ancient covenant with his people is getting a lot less common in the United States, but medical and theological debates still rage about the propriety of circumcision.
Published in 2008 Archives
NEW YORK (ABP) -- What do warthogs, pelicans, energy swords and Spartan lasers have in common? And how do they relate to John 1:17?
Published in 2008 Archives
ATLANTA (ABP) -- Christians who speak out for environmentalism can combat skepticism and end America's addiction to carbon fuels, Al Gore told 2,000 Baptists who gathered to hear him Jan. 31 in part of a three-day celebration of denominational unity.
Published in 2008 Archives
Thursday, 21 February 2008 00:02

CBF council approves budget, reports shortfall

ATLANTA (ABP) -- Leaders of the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship approved a $16.5 million budget for the 2008-2009 fiscal year and heard of budget shortfalls during the CBF Coordinating Council's Feb. 7-8 meeting in Decatur, Ga.
Published in 2008 Archives
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