Classes will resume online next week at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary as the city cleans up from Hurricane Ida. Power is the main issue,
U.S. troops are out of Afghanistan for the first time in nearly 20 years — a milestone some Baptist leaders see as part of a
Southern Baptist Disaster Relief teams in several states are on alert for likely deployment in the aftermath of Hurricane Ida, which made landfall Aug. 29
Following the Taliban’s seizure of power in Afghanistan and destruction in Haiti after a 7.2-magnitude earthquake, Send Relief is working with global partners to help.
As Taliban insurgents take control in Afghanistan, Christians around the world and believers in the beleaguered nation are pleading for prayer. American forces and U.S.
Church leaders faced with more decisions on how to handle masking, distancing as Delta variant spreads
Following the CDC’s July 27 release of updated coronavirus-related guidelines recommending all people, vaccinated or not, wear masks indoors, churches around the nation are again
The task force created to oversee an independent investigation into the handling of sexual abuse allegations by the Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee issued its
Christians meeting secretly, watching online services or chatting about faith issues are in increasing danger from the threat of spyware, according to persecution watchdog group
Southern Baptist Convention President Ed Litton shared an update July 20 on the work of the task force that will review the SBC Executive Committee’s
Pro-life organizations across the nation are urging the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn Roe v. Wade. Earlier this year, the court agreed to hear Dobbs