Each year Texas Baptists observe Mother’s Day with an offering to help mothers in need put food on their tables.
A Virginia Baptist camp is offering respite for families affected by autism.
With all eyes on two Supreme Court hearings on gay marriage, Baptists in the nation’s capital pledged to work together despite differences.
A Kentucky Baptist agency that contracts with the government to provide social services isn’t satisfied with settlement of a lawsuit that accuses it of violating the separation of church and state.
Suzii Paynter’s final week on the job at the Baptist General Convention of Texas included recognition by the state House of Representatives.
A California lawsuit claims that a Baptist university’s religious identity doesn’t give it a right to discriminate.
Texas Baptist leaders also approved a plan to forgive more than $3 million in debt owed by the Baptist University of the Américas.
The Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee held a first reading Feb. 19 for changing the way Baptists in the District of Columbia are represented on SBC governing boards.
Representation from churches affiliated with the District of Columbia Baptist Convention on the governing boards of Southern Baptist Convention agencies and institutions could be diminished if a proposal under consideration is adopted this summer.