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BCM/D executive director fights for abuse prevention for those with disabilities

DAGSBORO, Delaware (BP) – For Tom Stolle, the executive director and chief financial officer for the Baptist Convention of Maryland/Delaware (BCM/D), advocating for protection of the vulnerable is deeply personal.

Alarming rise in mental health struggles shows young women in ‘identity crisis’

NASHVILLE (BP) – Young people’s mental health is in trouble, especially young women’s. Research from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Youth Risk Behavior Survey shows a whopping 57 percent of young women said they felt “persistent feelings of sadness or hopelessness” during 2021. That’s up from 36 percent just 10 years ago.

Lawyer views role on EC as that of ‘servant,’ not ‘savior’

NASHVILLE (BP) – When Dani Bryson was initially asked to consider a nomination to serve on the Southern Baptist Executive Committee, she said the offer was completely unexpected.

From meth to ministry: Arkansas church planter shares testimony of God’s grace

TRUMANN, Ark. (BP) – During a recent drive home, Arkansas church planter Shane Fore began reflecting on God’s grace in saving him from a life of drugs and addiction, sending him into a life of ministry.

Dude Perfect star Tyler Toney shares testimony of redemption in latest ‘I Am Second’ video

NASHVILLE (BP) – With more than 50 million subscribers, YouTube sensation Dude Perfect is one of the most notable names in social media entertainment.

Artificial Intelligence requires Christians to consider what it means to be human

NASHVILLE (BP) – The rising popularity of artificial intelligence like ChatGPT is causing Christians to examine questions beyond the ethical nature of the technology and what it fundamentally means to be human.

Southern Baptists share personal testimonies from Jesus Movement

NASHVILLE (BP) – The spiritual revival of the late ‘60s and early ‘70s known as the “Jesus Movement” profoundly affected tens of thousands around the country, including many Southern Baptists.

New video series explores biblical sites in the Holy Land

NASHVILLE (BP) – The Israel Ministry of Tourism (IMOT) has released an official series of short videos exploring the various biblical and archaeological sites throughout the Holy Land.

‘Jesus Revolution’ heads into second weekend after 3rd-place box office opening 

NASHVILLE (BP) – “Jesus Revolution,” a new movie depicting the “Jesus Movement” of the 1960s and ‘70s, is heading into its second weekend in theaters after a $15 million opening gave the film an unexpected third-place finish at the box office.

ARITF releases video interview with Samantha Kilpatrick of Guidepost’s ‘Faith-Based Solutions’

NASHVILLE (BP) – In a video interview, Marshall Blalock, chairman of the SBC’s Abuse Reform Implementation Task Force (ARITF), talked with Samantha Kilpatrick of Guidepost Solutions about the organization’s new Faith-Based Solutions division and plans for the upcoming Ministry Check database.