September 16, 2014


NOCATEE, Fla. (BP) -- Sensing a divine command during a hospital stay, a layman's responsiveness has yielded a community-wide event for the My Hope America with Billy Graham evangelistic outreach. Read More

Graham 'My Hope' reaches into U.S. homes
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (BP) -- My Hope America with Billy Graham is in full swing as the evangelist turns 95 Nov. 7 and Christians across the U.S. plan to share his newest message to America with friends, family and neighbors. Read More
High court debates legislative prayer
WASHINGTON (BP) -- The U.S. Supreme Court again has ventured into the confusing arena of church-state relations by holding oral arguments regarding prayers before legislative meetings. Read More
Nov. 5 ballots: Losses for social conservatives
NASHVILLE (BP) -- Despite a decisive re-election victory by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, election night 2013 was marked a variety of losses for social conservatives. Read More
Sandy Rebuild needs students for Christmas
STATEN ISLAND (BP) -- When college students return to Staten Island over Christmas break this year, some of them might cross paths with Frank Primiani, a resident and Hurricane Sandy survivor who benefited from the
work of Baptist students on Spring Break earlier in 2013. But they won't find the same "Frank Primiani" who met those earlier student volunteers. Read More
N. Korean Christians persevere & pray
ASHEVILLE, N.C. (BP) -- One of the first things Eric Foley learned about the North Korean underground church is that it is not to be pitied. Read More

First Person
Mark Snowden
FIRST-PERSON: Sharpening your testimony
Evangelism strategist Mark Snowden offers suggestions for an effective testimony in helping people turn to Christ for salvation.
Larry Doyle
FIRST-PERSON: 'Scratch & smell'
Larry Doyle, a missions leader in North Carolina, comments on "scratch and smell" perfume samples -- and their parallel to the witness Christians convey to neighbors, co-workers, fellow students and others.



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