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Southern Baptists throughout social media took note that NBC News anchor Brian Williams and reporter Harry Smith mentioned on air the quick response of Southern Baptist Disaster Relief workers in Moore, Okla., Tuesday (May 21).
A U.S. Senate committee has approved immigration reform legislation without including provisions for same-sex partners opposed by Southern Baptist and other evangelical Christian leaders.
A record number of Americans believe homosexuality is morally acceptable and is something people are born with, according a new Gallup poll.
The U.S. State Department disappointed religious freedom advocates by again failing to designate in its latest annual report the world's worst violators of the human right.
About two-thirds of the 12 million Bibles printed in China in 2012 were exported, with only about 4 million remaining for Christians in the Asian giant.
Kelly Boggs, editor of the Louisiana Baptist Message, reports and comments on further details about Louisiana College's trustee vote to exonerate the college president, Joe Aguillard, of charges of misappropriation of funds and of misleading trustees.
A new documentary by Southern Baptist filmmaker Greg Tomlin tells the battlefield conversion story of Vietnam veteran Paul Longgrear and aims at deepening relationships between Vietnam veterans and their children.
Columnist R. Albert Mohler Jr. says the Boy Scouts' proposal to change their policy on homosexuality "would surrender principle and forfeit the future" of the organization if passed.
Columnist and Direct of Missions Joe Wright urges Southern Baptists to pray for DOMs and associations, which he says help churches "become more effective in their Kingdom work."
Dozens were killed as a historic tornado moved through the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore, Okla., Monday afternoon (May 20) prompting the North American Mission Board to direct all incoming disaster relief funds to the area.
The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to take up a prayer case that could have a major impact on the intersection between church and state and finally bring clarity to what is allowed -- such as the mention of "Jesus" -- in prayers at government meetings.
Legalized assisted suicide has moved from the Northwest to the Northeast and from the ballot box to the statehouse with Vermont's enactment of a new law.
The "brave new world" of human cloning apparently has arrived, and critics are waving the warning flags.
More than 250 Southern Baptist Theological Seminary students received degrees ranging from certificates to doctorates May 17 during commencement exercises on the seminary lawn.
R.G. "Gene" Puckett, 80, longtime editor of the Biblical Recorder, died May 12 in Raleigh, N.C., after a battle with pancreatic cancer.
Columnist and professors examines the inconsistency behind laws that charge a boyfriend with murder for giving his girlfriend an abortion pill without her knowledge -- but would allow her to take the pill willingly and not be charged.
Christians who lack humility should look to Christ, who was the perfect model of humility, says columnist and pastor David Jeremiah.
Pakistani college students undertake relief work in Lahore's Joseph Colony after an attack that destroyed 180 homes on March 9. The new relationships teach valuable lessons to these future leaders of Pakistan's Christian community.
Attorneys are warning of dire legal ramifications resulting from a change in the Boy Scouts of America's membership policy as delegates prepare to consider the proposal at their national meeting Thursday, May 23.