September 11, 2014
- Each year as the anniversary of September 11 rolls around, we are reminded of the human potential for evil.
September 10, 2014
- We lift up the Cross because while it was used as an instrument of torture and indignity, it brought honor and glory to God. It was used as a means of ending life, but it became entrance to eternity. It was used as a violent weapon, but for believers it became a weapon of true peace. The Cross, a symbol of suffering and defeat, through Christ it became a symbol of hope and victory. Instead of death, our Lord through the Cross brought us life and abundance of life.
- U.N. forum reinforces commitment to process of dialogue, respect, understanding toward goal of sustainable peace.
Dear American Baptist,
If you have an interest in attending the next Mission Summit to be held in in Overland Park, Kansas, June 26-28, 2015, then we invite you to share your ideas and opinions with us regarding the next round of Mission Summit Conversations. The first round of Mission Summit Conversations were held in 2013 and we are still living out those ideas and conversations in our congregations and our denomination. Help us make the next round of conversations even better by...
Read about an urgent appeal received by Rev. Dr. A. Roy Medley, general secretary of American Baptist Churches USA (ABCUSA).
Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
We post this urgent appeal from the Evangelical Community of Syria and Lebanon as a reminder of the crisis facing the churches in the Middle East.
ABC has been active on a number of fronts both with advocacy with our government, funding through the World Relief Committee for refugees, consultation with...
Dear 16-23 year old:
We value your opinion!
Please take a moment to respond to that attached link which will take you to an American Baptist Survey of 16-23 year olds.
The purpose of the survey is to generate additional potential topics of conversation for our next Mission Summit Conversations to be held in Overland Park, Kansas, June 26-28, 2015. The ultimate hope is to bring to light important issues facing Millennials so that our churches can better minister...
[Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs press release] Bishop Stacy F. Sauls, Chief Operating Officer of The Episcopal Church, has announced that Victoria Manley and Karen A. Wibrew have been named Episcopal Church Major Gifts Officers. The Major Gifts Officers, members of the Episcopal Church Development Office, are responsible for identifying, cultivating, soliciting and stewarding prospective major donors.