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Protestors disrupt pro-life banquet with obscene outbursts

ARLINGTON, Va. (BP) – A crisis pregnancy care center in Washington is reconsidering its admission policy after a group who registered as church members erupted in profanity-laced outbursts at a fundraising dinner Dec. 1.

Diverse cooperation precedes historic Black leadership of Virginia convention

HENRICO, Va. (BP) – Wayne Faison, newly elected executive director of the Baptist General Association of Virginia, was looking for a fulltime pastor’s post when he landed at the BGAV 21 years ago.

Oklahoma tribal missions leader promotes Native-American led evangelism

WASHINGTON (BP) – Southern Baptists should support a national evangelistic outreach to Native Americans led by tribal Christians with the support of non-Native Americans, an Oklahoma tribal ministries leader told Baptist Press.

Gospel drives continuing outreach as Tops Market shooter pleads guilty

BUFFALO, N.Y. (BP) – Gospel outreach remains the goal of pastors in Buffalo after gunman Payton Gendron pleaded guilty Nov.28 to domestic terrorism and murder in the killing 10 Blacks at a supermarket.

Drive-by shooting injures two at Nashville church funeral

NASHVILLE (BP) – New Season Church Senior Pastor Dwayne Lewis was inviting mourners to follow Jesus at the funeral of Terriana Johnson when the gun battle began Nov. 26.

Former Texas student minister gets five years in guilty sex abuse plea

HOUSTON (BP) -- A former Southern Baptist student minister has been sentenced to five years in prison after pleading guilty to four charges related to online sexual abuse of a minor, Harris County Criminal Court records show.

‘Love the sinner, hate our sin’: Church responds to LGBTQ mass shooting

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (BP) -- Vanguard Church in downtown Colorado Springs is just blocks from Club Q where a gunman allegedly killed five people.

Ukraine enters winter at war: Russia’s ‘trying to freeze people’ to death

LVIV, Ukraine (BP) – Russian missiles that have fallen closest to Ukrainian Baptist Theological Seminary (UBTS) President Yaroslav “Slavik” Pyzh’s home destroyed an electrical substation in Lviv as Russia revamps its war on Ukraine.

Maryland/Delaware increases CP giving to local ministries

COLUMBIA, Md. (BP) – In 2023, the Baptist Convention of Maryland/Delaware (BCMD) will increase by 11 percentage points the portion of Cooperative Program receipts retained for local ministries.

Unify Project set to launch with widespread participation

MOBILE, Ala. (BP) – The Unify Project, a Gospel-centered, ethnically diverse racial reconciliation ministry designed to mobilize Southern Baptist pastors and leaders in unifying their communities, is expected to launch Nov. 15 with widespread national participation, project co-chairman Ed Litton told Baptist Press.