|Church Makes Difference for 3rd-Grade Readers|
By: Preston Clegg
When Second Baptist in Little Rock began to pray and research their next missions project, they focused on third-grade reading levels. The goal was to impact an injustice rather than treat its symptoms. Read More ...
|What Kind of Leader Does Your Church Need?|
By: Darren Blaney
The Bible isn't concerned about churches being led by charismatic leaders sharing the vision and achieving goals. Its focus is on godly men and women helping others become godly men and women. Read More ...
|Why Your Church Can Disagree and Still Be United|
By: Pat Took
For a church to achieve unity, or be of "one mind," it doesn't require seeing eye-to-eye on all issues. Rather, churches should be filled with dissident voices struggling to find God's way together. Read More ...
|Baptism Reminds Us of Our Calling to Heal a Broken World|
By: Sam Chaise
Baptism reminds us that we have joined those who down through the ages have chosen to be on the side of God and his work, but healing a broken world is a daunting task. Read More ...
|6 Lessons I Learned Returning to the Pastorate|
By: Ronnie Brewer
After spending almost three years in denominational work, a minister transitioned back to pastor a local church. The six lessons he learned may also apply to other churches. Read More ...
|Cultivating Selflessness in Worship in Global Gatherings|
By: Neville Callam
When Baptist World Alliance members gather for their annual meeting, not everyone speaks English. The BWA ensures that non-English speakers don't feel like second-class participants. Read More ...
|Prathia Hall: An Extraordinary, Ordinary Saint|
By: Courtney Pace Lyons
Prathia Hall faced many obstacles in her life but didn't let them discourager her. She was a civil rights activist, Baptist preacher and a mentor to more than 200 African-American clergywomen. Read More ...
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|How British Baptists Responded to World War I|
By: Jonathan Barr
The outbreak of World War I shattered hopes for peace, of Baptists and many others, which had been maintained and nurtured even as the storms of war gathered offshore. Read More ...