Fear of being Jewish was never something I experienced growing up. But is it possible that the echoes of the past, those that we recall this week, are more front and center than we could have ever imagined?
Good Faith Media will host its first writers’ retreat on Oct. 19-21, 2022. After the 2021 retreat was cancelled due to the ongoing pandemic, GFM worked with program guests and Amicalola Falls Lodge to confirm availability in 2022.
Contrary to alarmist claims, the church is not being attacked or persecuted. Rather, it is being carefully evaluated and closely interrogated, with many finding it lacking enough resemblance to the Jesus it proclaims.
The world again prepares to observe International Holocaust Remembrance Day on Jan. 27. There are at least three remembrances that are necessary to avoid a hazard of this solemn occasion.
The rate of drug overdose deaths in the U.S. increased 31% from 2019 to 2020, continuing a decades-long trend, according to a report from the National Center for Health Statistics.
Everyone knows Jackie Robinson and how he broke the color barrier in Major League Baseball. But do you know who broke the color barrier in the National Hockey League?
“Midnight Mass” is a haunted limited series from Netflix. The show begs us to rethink the miracles of Jesus and how we understand disability, growing old and the complexities of life.
After a pandemic-related pause, Baptists and Catholics resumed ecumenical dialogue and engagement in 2021, with plans to continue their work in 2022.
Mark Wingfield is executive director and publisher at Baptist News Global. He served previously as associate pastor of Wilshire Baptist Church in Dallas for nearly 17 years.
It’s easy to get weary looking at the international headlines. Here are five under-reported things that are the result of the hard work of good faith people.
Record numbers of people have been venturing into the “great outdoors” during the pandemic. This positive, encouraging trend could have negative, long-term impacts.
College athletic expenditures raise many questions – both ethical and economic – about the value we place on sports and on education. What are some of the trends and issues that need to be explored?
There are many challenges facing college athletes these days, causing sports to seem more like a business than play. How can we minister appropriately and effectively to student-athletes?
Charitable giving increased and volunteering decreased in 2021, a Gallup report found. Giving returned to near pre-pandemic levels, while volunteering continued a multi-year downward trend.
The annual observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day as a federal holiday has taken place every year since 1983. But should it have been celebrated this year in light of efforts to dismantle what he championed?