While American primary voters are deciding who they think will, among other things, best keep America safe, this issue of the Baptist Bulletin considers Biblical teaching on security.
By John Greening The opportunity to connect with pastors and church leaders through our Regular Baptist Web Community makes for an enjoyable and gratifying experience …
Does the Bible give Christians the right to use lethal force in defending themselves and their families? What is the individual’s right to self-defense?
Should Christians serve in the military? For me and for many other Christians, the answer is yes!
Many stories of God’s goodness can be recounted from the life of Dr. Gary Anderson of Baptist Mid-Missions. These stories may never have unfolded, however, were it not for grace.
If welcoming strangers in churches also potentially invites horror and tragedy, how can any church risk receiving visitors into their midst?
A pastor and his family are teaching basic Bible truths in public schools, even the middle school and alternative high school.
Get to know Rev. Vernon Rosenau, president of Baptist Mid-Missions, as he shares his heart for BMM and his passion for the Great Commission.
Christ-centered preaching has become a dividing wall between Jesus’ followers. If we are going to proclaim Christ from the Old Testament in a responsible way, we need to clear up some common misunderstandings, then chart the way forward.