A House Fire That Turned Fear Into Faith: Sylvia Stevens’ Story

In Plant City, Florida, on a warm August evening in 2017, Sylvia Stevens was winding down for the evening, when she received a frantic...

Prayer & His Divine Opinion

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Prayer & His Divine Opinion

Prayer is the avenue leading to God’s perspective. Through prayer, we can summon our Heavenly Father’s opinion and faithfully demonstrate our ability to believe in His plans.

His Love Solves All Things

Only a God who adores His children, would allow the suffering that Jesus endured to provide the opportunity for every child to be restored...

Lost Souls

Not only does God forgive us but he sets a new path before us. Typically, when Christians speak of a “lost soul” they are talking...

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RSS The Baptist Press

  • HHS: Religious liberty to be 'vigorously' enforced January 18, 2018
    The Trump administration's creation of an office to safeguard health care professionals' religious liberty has drawn praise from evangelicals and derision from advocates of so-called abortion and transgender rights.
  • Home by home, Burmese hear church's Gospel appeal January 18, 2018
    From San Diego to Myanmar in south Asia, Burmese are the focus of a multi-faceted evangelistic initiative led by Silas Lian of Agape Myanmar Mission.
  • Ky. adoption czar Dan Dumas steps down January 18, 2018
    A spokesman for Gov. Matt Bevin said the decision to terminate the contract of the state's adoption czar was made because the administration "has decided to move in a different direction."
  • University of Iowa, religious liberty in spotlight January 18, 2018
    A Christian student group at the University of Iowa has filed suit against the school after losing its status as an official on-campus organization because it requires leaders to hold Biblical beliefs about sexuality.

RSS Christianity Today

  • Looking for Ancient African Religion? Try Christianity.
    The African religious imagination already anticipates Christ. It’s ironic that as I crossed the Walt Whitman Bridge to attend an urban apologetics conference in Philadelphia I encountered the very religious pluralism that makes conferences such as these a necessity. As my weathered SUV pulled up to the stoplight, I could see the Marcus Garvey–inspired Pan-African […]
    Ernest Cleo Grant II
  • Luis Palau Reveals Stage 4 Lung Cancer, Asks for Prayer
    ‘It would literally take a miracle,’ says renowned evangelist ready for heaven. In a 12-minute YouTube video, international evangelist Luis Palau revealed yesterday that he has been diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer. After Palau, 83, and his wife Patricia “had a super busy fall … traveling around the world sharing the Good News like […]
    Jeremy Weber
  • Why Ralph Winter’s Missions Mobilizer Is Up for Sale
    Shift in global evangelism prompts downsizing of US Center for World Mission’s famous Pasadena property—but not all alumni are ready to say goodbye. The late missiologist Ralph Winter envisioned a place to “awaken” a million evangelicals to the world’s unreached people groups. It took nearly 10 years of fundraising, and donors big and small, to pay off […]
    Kate Shellnutt