New Orleans pastor Fred Luter, completing a two-year tenure as the first African American president of the Southern Baptist Convention, is hopeful the SBC will abide in diversity.
IMB President Tom Elliff reflects on a visit to Cuba and seeing “one of the most remarkable chapters of God's story anywhere on earth during the past few decades.”
The U.S. Senate has unanimously approved a resolution condemning the death sentence of a Sudanese Christian woman and calling for the immediate release from prison of her children and her.
Despite a churning illness aboard a bus and a ferry, a young Cuban Christian perseveres to see a divine appointment repeated with a young man who would turn to Christ. Today, the two men are among Baptist pastors seeing a spiritual harvest in Cuba.