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Life of turmoil stirred teen to pray, then to church, then …

ANKENY. Iowa – Joani Barlow’s parents divorced when she was in the fifth grade, leaving her “lost and confused. Nobody really explained anything to me. I didn't know why. I just knew that my family was breaking up,” with her and an older brother adjusting to the strains of joint custody.

Fisk Jubilee Singers director led toward ‘new millennium’

NASHVILLE – Paul Kwami and the Fisk Jubilee Singers were part of an unusual cohort of Gospel Music Hall of Fame inductees in 2000.

Hook-up culture: Unsatisfying diversion from God’s design

NASHVILLE (BP) – Merely “consensual” sexual relations can be harmful, a young Washington Post columnist writes in a new book, “Rethinking Sex.”

FIRST-PERSON: On humility

NASHVILLE (BP) – Nobody really knows how to be humble.

VBS ‘primed and ready’ to begin post-COVID era

NASHVILLE (BP) – As COVID-19 fears ease, Vacation Bible School leaders are especially delighted, as well as thousands of children who will receive spiritual nurture through music-sparked worship, Bible studies, activities, games and crafts.

B21 panel delves into Southern Baptist issues

NASHVILLE (BP) – “You’ve been called a liberal, a Marxist and a denier of the sufficiency of Scripture.”

FIRST-PERSON: ‘Thou shalt not kill’

NASHVILLE (BP) – Countless people are being killed. Daily, death’s onslaught looms.

Nobel Peace Prize awarded to organization led by former South Carolina governor

ROME (BP) – David Beasley was in a World Food Programme meeting in Niger, West Africa, when a team member came in and simply said “the Nobel Peace Prize.”

Well-known Utah Baptist Leaves Legacy of ‘Pure Joy’

"A man like Rob . . . everybody knew he was a man of honor, a man of courage, a man who lived out his convictions until his death."

March for Jesus shifts to ‘PraiseWalk’ due to COVID-19

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio -- COVID-19 has forced a change in plans for the national March for Jesus slated for Saturday, May 30. But the pandemic has not derailed the day of praise and prayer. Now it will be called "PraiseWalk" in about 20 cities across the country.