By: Janis Ezell Following storms that ripped through the southeastern U.S., missionaries' children and international students at William Carey University in Mississippi received help from the Woman's Missionary Union.
By: Valerie Carter Unlike sex-trafficked victims, society, including the church, does not look favorably upon those in the business of prostitution. But there's a thin line between the two, and our thinking must change.
By: EthicsDaily Staff Beloved Baptist leader Carolyn Weatherford Crumpler died on Jan. 2. Always loyal to her institution and a tireless advocate for missions, she challenged Southern Baptists to engage social issues.
Two 19th century Baptists remind us there's more than one way to be a hero. Lottie Moon sacrificed a comfortable life to share the gospel in China, and Crawford Toy refused to surrender his integrity to narrow-minded demands.