If every Southern Baptist increased giving to international missions by the price of a single cup of coffee over the next five years, the International Mission Board would see historic growth in the number of missionaries it could fund.
If anyone had looked at a map of Southern Baptist church plants in Boston just fifteen years ago, there would have been just two. And the city's spiritual desert extends far beyond just Southern Baptists.
Blair Graham met Greg and Becca Welch while he was serving as a baseball coach in a community league.
More than three million campers over the past forty years have come through LifeWay’s multiple brands of camps, including CentriKid, FUGE, and Student Life.
Ken Weathersby's retirement marks a new stage of ministry for him and a challenge for those he leaves in his wake to continue on the path of inclusion and breaking barriers for the cause of the Kingdom.
Pastor James Merritt writes about integrity as the foundation of character.
About three hundred “preppers” gathered for the tenth year of the Crisis Preparedness Expo at Little Cypress Baptist Church February 7–8.
SBC President J. D. Greear looks ahead to the 2020 SBC annual meeting and shares some things he's excited about.
Ramón Osorio is no stranger to the world of church planting.
One of the most influential aspects of a student’s spiritual development is the investment of multiple adults speaking into their lives. And parental influence is by far the most crucial.
A Q&A with Send Relief’s Jonathan Santiago (in English and Spanish).
Discipleship can be formal or informal, but the goal is always to influence and lead others toward deeper obedience and love for Christ.