Baptists joining financial, spiritual fight against Ebola outbreak

Calls for prayer are rising along with the need for medical and financial assistance in West Africa, where the Ebola virus has killed more than 700 and sickened many more.

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Golden Gate campus fetches $85 million

The deal includes a two-year lease-back, giving the school time to move its main campus from the San Francisco Bay Area to Southern California.

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Once a bright hope, Arkansas Baptist College now faces fiscal challenges, lawsuits

This story has been edited to correct factual errors in the fifth and the next-to-final paragraph.

Once the feel-good story in moderate Baptist life, these days a historically black college reborn in Arkansas is best known for its mounting financial woes.

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McAfee professor Rob Nash teaches a class in India during a mission immersion in May. (Photo by David Garber)
McAfee professor Rob Nash teaches a class in India during a mission immersion in May. (Photo by David Garber)

McAfee trip expands limits of faith, culture and ministry

Seminary students and faculty say a visit to India stretched their views of God’s role in their lives and taught them lessons about hospitality.

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American Baptist leader asks churches to address growing global conflict

Too many innocents killed as perpetrators refuse ways of peace, says Roy Medley.

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Kentucky Baptist Convention escrows funds for Campbellsville

The KBC will continue to fund student scholarships, despite dispute over the university’s governance.

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Campbellsville coaches share expertise, gospel on mission trip

Coaches from the Kentucky-based Baptist school are in Costa Rica holding coaching clinics, working in orphanages and knocking on doors to share the gospel.

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How you can help: Baptists in Texas seek funds, volunteers to aid immigrants

Texas Baptists are seeking funds, Spanish-language Bibles, shoes and volunteers willing to help provide medical and other services for immigrant children detained on the nation’s southern border.  

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Campbellsville seeks new relationship with Kentucky Baptists

Leaders of the school want to phase out direct funding from the Kentucky Baptist Convention over four years in exchange for more leeway in selecting the university’s board of trustees.

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Kentucky Baptist Convention leaders, Campbellsville University trustees clash

A year after reaffirming a covenant agreement defining their relationship, a Baptist state convention and university are suddenly on the brink of severing ties.

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