6 Rules for Pastors Before Posting That Blog

Before social media, a “snail mail” letter to the editor of your local newspaper was about the only way to make your voice heard. Now Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, WordPress and Google+ make it easy for anyone to shout out their opinion on any...

Bloggers Weigh in on EthicsDaily.com Story Quoting Falwell

Links to a Friday story in EthicsDaily.com popped up around the Internet, as bloggers from the right, left and middle took exception to Jerry Falwell’s assertion that Satan is using global warming to distract Christians away from preaching the gospel and toward...

Supporters of BGCT Leadership Launching Blog

A group of Texas pastors plans to launch a Web log next week defending current leaders of the Baptist General Convention of Texas accused in an existing blog of mismanagement. David Montoya, pastor of Calvary Baptist Church in Mineral Wells, Texas, started a blog last...

Baptist Bloggers Can Help Make Poverty History

The One Campaign is a celebrity-centered effort to get the United States to allocate an additional 1 percent of the federal budget to fighting global poverty and AIDS, approximately $25 billion. It has captured the imagination and backing of younger Americans, many of...

Bloggers Accuse Seminary of Censorship

Bloggers roundly criticized Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary’s decision to limit Internet access to Tuesday’s chapel service, the latest salvo in on ongoing debate over openness and dissent in the Southern Baptist Convention. After his election to...