Leaders of two major Southern Baptist mission boards said they will not help fund a proposed independent nonprofit meant to implement the denomination’s abuse reforms.
Committee also voted out Kentucky church for having woman pastor
Trustees of the Southern Baptist Convention voted to cut ties with four churches, including two for alleged mismanagement of sexual abuse.
The new nonprofit will oversee abuse database and reforms
Leaders of the Southern Baptist Convention’s abuse reform task force announced plans Monday (Feb. 19) to launch a new, independent nonprofit to host a database of abuse pastors and to implement other reforms.
The program faces growing challenges as it approaches its 100th anniversary.
Feuds over politics, race and the role of women in the church — which parallel the polarization of American culture — have dominated recent denominational meetings and caused some churches to withhold their mission giving.
Blackaby turned his experiences reviving a dying church into a spiritual bestseller.
Henry Blackaby, a pastor and author whose “Experiencing God” Bible study sold more than 8 million copies, has died at age 88.
Viewers could meet Jesus, boost their prayer life and confront antisemitism
For the second year in a row, Jesus made an appearance during the Super Bowl.
Leaders of the nation’s largest Protestant denomination face a pair of new lawsuits that accuse the denomination of covering up sexual abuse in local churches.
Begg stands by his advice to attend LGBTQ wedding
For the past few weeks, Alistair Begg, pastor of Parkside Church in Chagrin Falls, Ohio, and host of the “Truth for Life” radio program, has been caught in what he calls “a storm in a ...
Former church members have alleged that Jurkovich diverted missions money to CBN
A Louisiana pastor with ties to House Speaker Mike Johnson, as well as a controversial Southern Baptist movement, will be headed back to court in February.
The Executive Committee has been without a permanent leader since 2021
The Southern Baptist Convention, the nation’s largest Protestant denomination, has failed again in its search for a new leader for its Executive Committee, which handles the denomination’s business between annual meetings.