By: Bob Newell Born into poverty in 1935, Elvis Presley overcame the odds to become a music legend. Many others around the globe face similar disadvantages. How can we as Christians give them opportunities to prosper?
By: Paul S. Fiddes Some may find the covenantal approach of mutual trust between churches is hopelessly impracticable, but Baptists have learned over the years to live with the risks of trust and love.
By: Paul S. Fiddes From the beginning of their church life, Baptists thought that "walking together and watching over each other" was more than individual believers in a congregation; it involved churches watching over each other.
By: Elvis Džafić More than a half-million migrants and refugees have entered the Republic of Croatia. With winter settling over the camps, volunteers with Croatia Baptist Aid race to meet the enormous humanitarian needs.
By: Stephen Holmes Franklin Graham has backed Donald Trump's call to ban Muslims from entering the U.S. Does Graham know that the faith of his father virtually began with a plea for religious freedom for Muslims?
By: Faliku S. Dukuly and Richard Wilson Since the outbreak of Ebola in West African nations in December 2013, Liberia has borne the brunt of the horror. A small group of Liberian Baptists is doing its part to help with the crisis.