Wednesday, 26 December 2012 10:09

2012: A year in review

Controversy over health-care reform and human sexuality, and changes in the 21-year-old Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, dominated ABPnews headlines in 2012.

Published in Organizations
Wednesday, 15 August 2012 12:34

Longtime SC editor John Roberts dies

The longest-serving editor in the history of The Baptist Courier held leadership positions including the board of directors of Associated Baptist Press.

Published in People
Monday, 06 August 2012 10:36

Reflections on a summer away

A summer of travel, dialogue and prayer nurtures concerns and hopes in interfaith movements, missions needs and CBF's future. 

Published in Commentaries
Friday, 22 June 2012 10:05

ABP honors Druin for lifetime work

Retired Baptist Standard Editor Toby Druin chronicled the period of Southern Baptist life in the late 20th century now known as the “conservative resurgence.”

Published in Organizations
Monday, 04 June 2012 12:01

ABPNews adds blog section

ABPNews has added a new blogs section to further serve its readers at

Published in Organizations
Monday, 21 May 2012 16:23

ABP rolls out web upgrade

Associated Baptist Press unveils today (May 21) a long-overdue website upgrade to better function as the primary delivery system of the nation’s first and only independent news service created by and for Baptists.

Published in Organizations
Thursday, 10 May 2012 20:00

ABP honors veteran Baptist journalist

Associated Baptist Press will honor veteran Baptist journalist Toby Druin with a lifetime achievement award at a banquet June 21 in conjunction with the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship General Assembly June 20-23 in Fort Worth, Texas.

Published in People

Baptists laid aside differences of race, geography and tradition to affirm common values of care for the poor and marginalized in Atlanta and satellite locations across the United States Nov. 17. The New Baptist Covenant II continues through Saturday.


Published in 2011 Archives
TAMPA, Fla. (ABP) -- The Cooperative Baptist Fellowship commissioned 14 self-funded individuals -- including a couple from Virginia -- to missions work June 23 at the General Assembly in Tampa, Fla. More than 1,600 Fellowship Baptists were in attendance on the first full day of the Assembly, which included auxiliary events, business sessions and the commissioning service.
Published in 2011 Archives
LONDON (ABP) -- An annual assembly of British Baptists called on the government to crack down on strategies used by multinational corporations to avoid paying taxes in the Third World.
Published in 2011 Archives
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