Robert Dilday

Robert Dilday

Robert Dilday is editor in chief of ABPnews/Herald.

With a roster of coaches and consultants and the announcement of its first partnership, the Center for Healthy Churches believes it's poised to impact congregational life.

Wednesday, 26 February 2014 20:36

IMB’s President Tom Elliff to step down

Former missionary attributes his decision to leave the presidency after three years to ‘the Lord’s leading.’

At least a dozen Baptists joined other interfaith leaders opposing the law which would lift restrictions on guns in churches.

The 137-year-old District of Columbia Baptist Convention is now describing itself as “An International Missional Network.”

Travis Collins, pastor of the influential Bon Air Baptist Church in Richmond, Va., will coordinate work between Virginia churches and the movement which helps congregations engage postmodern culture.

If successful, the lawsuit could begin a process that would strike down Virginia’s constitutional amendment prohibiting same-sex marriage.

Monday, 03 February 2014 07:30

Ghana Baptists elect new executive president

Ernest Adu-Gyamfi holds one degree from Baptist Theological Seminary at Richmond and is pursuing a second.

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.

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