Western North Carolina Baptist Fellowship teams up with CBF North Carolina and some SBC congregations to fund a full-time campus ministry position eliminated by the Baptist state convention. Leaders say the situation reflects current campus ministry trends across the nation.
The St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney's office has charged 24-year-old Andrew Wos of Eureka, Mo., with setting fire to two cars on the campus of Missouri Baptist University on May 1.
The world’s largest Christian university now allows permit holders to carry weapons on campus.
The Wayland Baptist Flying Queens are the subject of a feature article detailing the history of the illustrious program in the April issue of Texas Monthly.
A private Christian university is working to create a policy regarding transgender individuals as a sister school faces a lawsuit for dismissing a student.
Christians err when they treat decision-making — rather than spiritual formation and character — as central to ethics, theologian and ethicist Jeph Holloway said in a recent lecture series.
Arkansas Baptist College has dedicated the Derek Olivier Research Institute, honoring a slain student by seeking solutions to the epidemic of black-on-black violence in the United States.
Mercer professor David Gushee believes conversations that are uncomfortable are sometimes the most important.
A California lawsuit claims that a Baptist university’s religious identity doesn’t give it a right to discriminate.