By: Bill Wilson Declining receipts from churches and increasing pressure from the national Baptist body to forward a larger percentage of receipts upstream are squeezing state conventions and associations.
By: Mike Massar Lake Providence in Louisiana is a city of contrasts. The gap between the rich and poor continues to widen. But amid the poverty, Baptist missionaries have dedicated their lives to help those with deep needs.
By: Daniel Trusiewicz Poland is a nominally religious nation with 38.5 million residents. The Baptist movement is nearly 160 years old; they have more than 5,000 baptized members in 90 local congregations.