‘In the Lord’s prayer, we ask that his will be done on earth as in heaven. So how can we make the situation better?’ asked Erin Haynes, who is leading the study.
In the same week as the Texas Baptists’ meeting, Black leaders of the Southern Baptist Convention and SBC President Bart Barber met over similar issues in Ridgecrest, North Carolina.
"In the most devastating and painful season of our lives, we are rebuilding with a sense of purpose and hope for a future free from gun violence."
'Whether it's fragmentation, technological advances or spirituality, we need to refresh the traditional approaches to our faith,’ said one grant recipient.
His vanguard interview with Tammy Faye Messner (Bakker at the time) aired in an era when fear and false information about HIV/AIDS ran rampant in conservative Christian communities.
A new study looked at how worship leaders pick music for services — at a time when a handful of megachurches dominate the market.
A Presbyterian minister and scholar is working to shift the cultural paradigm that abortion is sin.
Worship professor Will Bishop said that focusing on the most popular worship songs can miss what churches are actually singing.
The innovation lab is designed to help ‘rebuild the neighborhood’ as envisioned by the seminary’s celebrated alum, Fred Rogers.
Presbyterian Disaster Assistance has been responding to the "human-caused disaster" of gun violence for 24 years.
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