Alabama News | Oct. 15 2015

Youth Choir Festival hosts more than 600 students

More than 600 middle and high school students and their church leaders from around the state gathered together for the annual Youth Choir Festival... [READ MORE]

Administration Issues | Oct. 15 2015

Daniel 1:3–5, 8–13, 17–19

Bible Studies for Life Assistant Professor of Religion, Samford University Develop Conviction Daniel 1:3–5, 8–13, 17–19 The... [READ MORE]

Alabama News | Oct. 1 2015

Churches aid Alabama Childhood Food Solutions in feeding 3,000 children

Jim Jones has spent a lifetime making a difference. When Sixteenth Street Baptist Church, Birmingham, was bombed in 1963, Jones was the nurse... [READ MORE]

Alabama News | Sep. 21 2015

Many young people shun cellphone use in church — even to read Scripture

Young adults, known for using cellphones in just about every public setting imaginable, frown on the practice during worship services, a recent... [READ MORE]

Alabama Baptist Entities | Aug. 24 2015

Samford University and The Alabama Baptist partner to add ‘seemingly holographic’ experience to the weekly paper

Two weeks ago I wrote an article about our efforts at your Alabama Baptist educational institutions to engage online and other distance education... [READ MORE]

Alabama | Aug. 20 2015

MK Re-Entry Retreat helps incoming college freshmen prepare for school in US

College is a huge step for every high school student. From leaving friends and family behind to living on their own and making decisions about... [READ MORE]

Alabama | Aug. 20 2015

State WMU, churches, individuals minister to MKs

Although the annual MK Re-Entry Retreat is hosted by a different state’s  Woman’s Missionary Union (WMU) each year, Alabama was the first... [READ MORE]

Alabama | Aug. 18 2015

Having effective church leadership requires continued personal contact

Twenty percent of the people do 80 percent of the work. That’s the old adage that floats around churches. And many say they find it to... [READ MORE]

Children | Aug. 13 2015

Churches can help parents stay involved in their children’s education

Two years ago Principal Marta Plata of Manuel Jara Elementary School in Fort Worth, Texas, recognized her school needed help. She realized her... [READ MORE]

Alabama News | Aug. 13 2015

Blind Alabama student teaches VBS for Lakota children

The Lakota children in South Dakota were rambunctious. School was out, and a team of teenagers and their leaders from Alabama had come to lead... [READ MORE]