Robert Dilday is editor in chief of ABPnews/Herald.
Virginia Union University and First African Baptist Church, both in Richmond, Va., are selected for new historical markers.
Since 2003, 22 college students have explored ties between Baptist heritage and contemporary culture.
Tom Ogburn is leaving after nine years as pastor of First Baptist Church in Oklahoma City to assume the pastorate of First Baptist Church in Knoxville, Tenn.
A Baptist college in Southwest Virginia that has struggled with finanical viablity is seeking to merge with a Florida university known for its focus on business education.
The Baptist-affiliated university in Birmingham, Ala. — one of several Southern cities taken by surprise by the level of snowfall — responed to hundreds of students and employees unable to get home.
Stories of redemption and hope are the focus of a new documentary on prisons and faith, which features ministry leaders in Virginia and three other states.
Understanding and appreciation are goals the Baptist global organization hopes will come out of talks with the World Methodist Council.
Tackling Ghana's number one cause of death has groups distributing mosquito nets in the West African nation.
Government attorneys will appeal a ruling striking down a widely used tax benefit extended to clergy.
Pavel Unguryan, a Baptist leader in Ukraine, says only prayer will stop growing violence and bloodshed in his country, where security forces are attempting to put down protesters calling for Ukraine's president to resign.