Churches, divinity schools, CBF and others see interest among Christians who want their food choices and ministries to reflect concern for the poor and the environment.
Missions-driven advances in water filtration and other technologies are having an impact beyond church planting.
To break the chain of sexual violence in our world, we have to stand up every time a woman or a girl is devalued or demeaned.
Mars Hill College spring breakers find CBF assurance is true: lots of post-quake work to do in Haiti.
CBF's new executive coordinator says keeping a spiritual focus helps her undertake a demanding schedule of travel and meetings.
Suzii Paynter, executive coordinator nominee for the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship, sees advocacy on social-justice issues as consistent with the Fellowship’s longstanding dedication to ministry to the “least of these.”
Staff leadership from the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship and American Baptist Churches USA (ABCUSA) met together in Atlanta on Feb. 5 to share ideas for mission and ministries and discuss present and future partnerships.
Virginia Connally, Abilene's first woman physician, is honored in days of events celebrating her Baptist identity, service and 100th birthday.