In order to comply with new safety regulations taking effect in June, churches need to replace their nursery cribs, which could already pose a danger to children and leave churches open to liability lawsuits.
Overwhelmed Concord Baptist in Temple digs deep to help Ringgold church destroyed in tornado By Scott Barkley, Production Editor Published July 28, 2011
It was difficult to tell who was more excited as the big bus pulled into the parking lot of Concord Baptist Church in rural Paulding County July 17.
The free exercise of religion is too vital to allow communities to restrict it, Southern Baptist ethicist Richard Land said July 18 in response to Georgia presidential candidate Herman Cain's support for a local ban on the building of a Muslim mosque.
Fire struck Truett-McConnell College's unoccupied athletic complex Monday night, July 4. No one was seriously injured, but damage from the fire caused school officials to postpone for one week the opening day of TMC's fall semester.
An American troop drawdown in Afghanistan could spell doom for the country's Christian minority, an Afghan exile warned in late June, as President Barack Obama announced his plans for phased troop withdrawal.
On March 23, 2010, President Barack Obama signed the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) into law. Popularly known as ObamaCare, the PPACA sought to bring government reform to America's health care system.
As a fellow struggler, I approach the issue of health and fitness with caution. I'm too large and inactive, and I sometimes let worry and stress rob me, and those around me, of joy.
The Open Door By J. Robert White, Executive Director GBC Published July 28, 2011
Just two weeks ago John Tarrer, from our staff, and I were in the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico teaching about 130 pastors and church leaders in two different cities. I taught the first half of the Book of Hebrews at the Cancun Bible Institute.