Jeff Brumley is assistant editor of ABPnews/Herald.
The Fellowship's disaster response coordinator urges congregations to prepare to be of service to neighbors as an ice storm descends on the Southeast.
The heroin overdose of actor Philip Seymore Hoffman is a reminder to Christians that they are called to be the salt and light to the world — which means using relationships to bring healing to all who suffer, Pastor Susan Rogers preached at the The Well in Jacksonville, Fla., on Sunday.
Atlanta Pastor Barrett Owen said months of continuous news about Pope Francis I and his concern for “the least of these” inspired him to go public with his growing admiration for the Roman Catholic leader. He’s not the only evangelical who values the new pontiff’s approach.
Ministers and consultants say churches must avoid temptation to accommodate the culture to keep people from leaving and become instead more relevant to the spiritual needs of Americans.
A Baptist pastor says Christ's followers should be involved in grassroots movements that promote social justice — because Jesus was.
Rob Nash participated in an academic peace delegation to Iran, spending several days last month meeting with Iranian government, academic and religious leaders, often drawing on his Baptist faith to answer questions about religious liberty.
As seminaries and divinity schools expand online education, some educators think the move is reviving the tradition of the pastor-scholar by allowing students to remain in their ministry settings while learning their craft.
Former Alabama Baptist minister Malcolm Marler says his transition into the Episcopal priesthood was eased by his spiritual and pastoral formation in Baptist churches and schools.
Capt. Gerald Hutchinson has been a Navy chaplain for 25 years but also has extensive church and denominational ministry experience. He takes over from George Pickle, who retired in June 2013.
Community engagement projects have earned a Baptist divinity school recognition as one of the "Seminaries that Change the World," and students and faculty there say the program has inspired and expanded their work and ministry.