A criminal trial for a former music minister accused of molestation has been postponed for the third time in a Mississippi court, as attorneys for the suspect seek dismissal of the charges due to statute of limitations.
The Tennessee Baptist Convention is narrowing theological parameters for individuals deemed suitable for leadership. How is that working out?
Florida's Amendment 8 taps a key issue in Baptist history and faith: the separation of church and state.
For the second year in a row, the Missouri Baptist Foundation is asking on the eve of the Missouri Baptist Convention’s annual meeting for conversation about settling a long-running legal dispute out of court.
Being culturally relevant in a western heritage congregation can mean teaching from horseback and visiting auction barns.
The sentencing hearing for a former Southern Baptist evangelist convicted of video voyeurism offered a rare public glimpse into the emotional, marital and spiritual impact suffered by victims of sexual abuse by clergy.
A prominent Independent Fundamental Baptist church is in the spotlight for sexual scandal, and it isn’t the first time.
Southern Seminary theology dean Russell Moore says it isn’t enough for First Baptist Church in Crystal Springs, Miss., to feel bad because a minority got their pastor to move a black couple’s wedding to another venue in an attempt to avoid a church fight.