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Pastors bond over navigating ministry with their well-known fathers

NEW ORLEANS, La. (BP) – Pastoral transitions can be hard, and pastors need friends to walk alongside them in ministry.

More than 150 U.S. soldiers baptized during basic training in Missouri

FORT LEONARD WOOD, Mo. (BP) – SBC Chaplain (CPT) Logan Lair recently baptized more than 150 U.S. Army soldiers as a part of summer chapel services during basic training in Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.

Resignation of high school football coach points to toll of lengthy religious liberty cases

SEATTLE (BP) – A high school football coach in Washington state has resigned following his recent return to coaching after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled his on-field prayers were protected by the Constitution.

Pastor also serves as assistant chief of Maui County Fire Department

MOLOKAI, Hawaii (BP) – One Southern Baptist has seen the tragedy of last month’s devastating wildfires in Maui from several angles. Henry “Hanale” Lindo, serves as both pastor of Kaunakakai Baptist Church and assistant chief of operations for the Maui County Fire Department.

Cleveland church plant seeks to shine a light from former strip club property

CLEVELAND, Ohio (BP) – It may seem strange for a church plant to purchase a property which was formerly a strip club, but pastor Josh Miller said Cove City Church’s new renovation project fits right along with their mission of bringing light to a dark place.

Southern Baptists continue to serve, urge support for ‘devastated’ Maui

MAUI, Hawaii (BP) – Southern Baptists are continuing to serve the “devastated” Maui community just weeks after wildfires decimated the island, leaving more than 100 dead. 

IMB missionary credits GenSend with teaching him to ‘step out of the boat’

RICHMOND, Va. (BP) – Kai Ininstoma,* a missionary in training with the International Mission Board, said his path toward full-time missions was heavily shaped by his experience with GenSend, NAMB’s summer missions program.

New movie ‘The Hill’ depicts father/son story of pro baseball player Rickey Hill

NASHVILLE (BP) – “The Hill,” releasing this Friday (Aug. 25), tells the inspirational true story of professional baseball player Rickey Hill, the son of a Southern Baptist pastor.

GenSend 10th anniversary marks a decade of Gospel mobilization

NASHVILLE (BP) – As the North American Mission Board’s (NAMB) GenSend summer program reaches its 10th anniversary, leaders and alumni are reflecting on the influence it has had in mobilizing college students for Gospel impact.

Pastor performs CPR during drug overdose, donates Narcan to neighboring market

SAN DIEGO (BP) – When pastor Dale Huntington took his family and a group of GenSend interns out for ice cream, he wasn’t expecting to perform CPR on a man who was likely experiencing a drug-overdose.