Now Louisville is going to need help if it is to win at least a share of its first ACC men's basketball championship after dropping a high-stakes showdown in Tallahasse, Fla., in discouraging fashion.
NASHVILLE (BP) - Vision 2025 is not simply a slogan or rallying cry. It's a path forward to help us reimagine a new future together of reaching the world for Jesus Christ -- every person, every town, every city, every state, and every nation.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (KT) - An opportunity to grow in personal evangelism with lessons and instruction from an author and experienced missionaries to Asia will be offered in a three-day conference at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary beginning Thursday.
As we were leaving church this weekend, the staff was preparing for an afternoon funeral. My curious children started asking all sorts of questions about Heaven and when we'd be going. At the same moment, my husband and I proceed to go two completely different directions with our answers. Wa…
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Kobe Bryant's wife offered a poignant portrait of her NBA superstar husband and their daughter Monday at a packed memorial service for the two, who were among nine people killed last month in a helicopter crash in Los Angeles.
JOS, Nigeria (BP) -- Islamic extremist militants from terrorist group Boko Haram destroyed three worship sites and an unspecified number of houses in northeast Nigeria Friday night (Feb. 21), sources said.
NASHVILLE (BP) -- Baptist Global Response CEO Jeff Palmer announced Feb. 20 he will be retiring from his current position in the coming months, prospectively timed for June 2020.
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Kobe Bryant's widow on Monday sued the owner of the helicopter that crashed in fog and killed the former Los Angeles Lakers star and their 13-year-old daughter last month.
NEW YORK (AP) -- Harvey Weinstein was convicted Monday of rape and sexual assault against two women and was immediately handcuffed and led off to jail, sealing his dizzying fall from powerful Hollywood studio boss to archvillain of the #MeToo movement.
OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma launched an ad campaign Monday to tell people harmed by their powerful prescription opioid where they can file claims against the company.