Why ex-SBC Baptists tend to lack theological clarity and identity, how we got here and why it matters. Part II in a series.
Work that is paid in our society is valued and work that is unpaid is not.
The “Sarcastic Lutheran” talks about grace, liturgy and women in ministry at an event promoting her new book at a Baptist church in Washington, D.C.
What is an avowed feminist to do when her call to ministry seems to conflict with her desire to be a wife and mother?
Long a supporter of women’s ordination, St. Charles Avenue Baptist Church in New Orleans has chosen a female pastor.
McAfee School of Theology — in collaboration with the American Baptist Historical Society, the Baptist History and Heritage Society, Baptist Women in Ministry and the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship — will host "The Judsons: Celebrating 200 Years of Baptist Missions, Learning from the Past and Looking to the Future" Nov. 14-16 in Atlanta.
Considering budgets, national averages, church size, education and the gender gap, it’s no wonder churches struggle getting it right when it comes to pastor compensation.
Social gains, whether in the workplace or the church, are never handed out. They must be seized.