Two weeks ago, I wrote about the importance of Baptist Foundations and their contribution to kingdom ministries. Since then, two interesting things have happened that further underscore the importance of their work.
Coptic Christians in Egypt are mourning the death of 44 friends and family members who died in two separate church bombings on Palm Sunday. ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attacks.
Baptist Foundations work as partners with state conventions of Southern Baptists across the United States. These Foundations do many things, depending on their location and size, but their core function is estate planning.
Pastors are the most important kingdom leaders. Without their effective leadership, healthy churches cannot be built. Without healthy churches, everything else – from missions to seminaries – ultimately fails.
Telling the truth seems to be more of a challenge for leaders these days. Media spin masters have taught all of us how to shape the truth to communicate our preferred message.
The Marine Corps – along with other branches of the military – is currently dealing with a scandal involving nude photos and salacious comments. A group of Marines, and perhaps other military men, have created a website to share these photos – along with comments ranging in tone from ...
When Bill Crews passed away, we lost a true statesman – a Baptist leader who cared more about God’s mission than his personal agenda.
At a recent event, I met a young woman who told me her story which left me in awe of her courage. Here’s what she has packed into the past few years.
When Golden Gate Seminary sold its property, moved its primary campus to Southern California, and changed its name to Gateway Seminary – some asked a legitimate question. Their concern was whether the seminary would change its core identity. The answer was and is no.
Vitriol in the public square is at an all-time high. While there have been intense political debates to the point of mudslinging in the past, the pervasive nature of social media makes the current milieu more poisonous than ever.