Report laments seminary's legacy of slavery, racism
A report just released on the legacy of slavery and racism at a major Southern Baptist seminary is raising some eyebrows.
Disaster relief teams are on the ground in Northern California helping homeowners recover from the massive Camp Fire that destroyed thousands of homes.
An international radio ministry is marking 70 years of proclaiming the gospel to some of the farthest corners of the world.
The president of a Christian university says a martyred missionary who graduated from his school will not soon be forgotten.
Was he a brave martyr or a fool? That's the question being asked about missionary John Chau, who was reportedly killed trying to evangelize a lost people group on a lone island.
As an expected 11 million shoebox gifts get processed and delivered by Operation Christmas Child to needy children all over the world, a worker with the ministry tells how she has come full circle with the organization.
All Nations, an international organization that trains and sends out missionaries, is grieving the death of one of its own.
Following several trips there, an evangelist says God is doing amazing things in Cuba. For the first time since 1969, he says, Bibles are getting into the hands of the island nation's youth.
After being criticized for its Operation Christmas Child shoebox gift project being an “anti-Muslim proselytizing” and “anti-gay” ministry, Samaritan’s Purse offered a gracious, yet candid and unapologetic response.
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