Kingdom language is popular today. But what does it mean? Mike Augsburger’s “Thy Kingdom Come?” puts the kingdom, the church, and social justice into perspective …
Four reasons a church should ensure its curriculum includes lessons on end-time events.
The seventh annual council on Dispensational Hermeneutics was held on the campus of Calvary Bible College and Theological Seminary in Kansas City, Missouri.
For Baptist fundamentalists, “dual affiliation” has been a phrase charged with historical tension.
Grasping the practical applications of kingdom theology is vital for our mission, both personally and corporately.
Since 2010, First Baptist Church, Marshall, Minn., has had a growing ministry to refugees from the Karen tribe, who have relocated from Myanmar/Burma to the United States.
I sincerely believe there is such a thing as the evangelical social gospel. I disagree with the notion that a church must choose between living and proclaiming the Biblical gospel or addressing needs in culture.
“Strengthening Baptist Churches across America” has been a theme of Baptist Builders Club since its inception in the 1950s.
The church of Jesus Christ is made up of different people who together make a pattern of Jesus. This key insight into God’s “big story” is exactly what burdened Faith Baptist Church, Hamilton, N.J., to plant a daughter church, Mosaic Baptist Church, in the inner city of New Jersey’s capital, Trenton.