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MEMORIAL DAY: ‘I’ll be waiting for you.’ SBC chaplain remembers fallen son

MADERA, Calif. (BP)—Marc Unger and his 19-year-old son, Daniel, were taking one last trip to Walmart before Daniel deployed to Kuwait the next day with the California National Guard. Unger will never forget the conversation that night.

Southern Baptists champion religious liberty

KELLER, Texas (BP) – Growing up Baptist, Bob Roberts Jr., understood the importance of religious freedom. He’d heard the stories about Baptists who had played seminal roles in the development of religious freedom in America.

Local church autonomy makes cooperation stronger, say Southern Baptist leaders

NASHVILLE (BP) – There is an old, not-so-funny joke Southern Baptist preachers like to tell. It starts with this question: Where is the headquarters of the Southern Baptist Convention?

In ministry to refugees, NAMB Journeyman learns importance of the gospel above all

CLARKSTON, Ga. (BP) – Carrie A. can point to the moment during her experience as a North American Mission Board (NAMB) Journeyman when she realized she was simultaneously in the middle of the Bible Belt and the 10/40 window.

Generous gift helps Wyoming church plant show community they intend to stay

COWLEY, Wyo. — God blessed Water of Life Church in its first five years of existence. Despite the most disruptive single event to churches worldwide in decades – the COVID-19 pandemic – the church doubled in size. People were baptized. Ministries started and flourished. All of this happened in a rural context that is among the most difficult in North America.

Southern Baptist college, seminary professors reiterate church’s role in baptism

PITTSBURGH (BP) – Siani Null thought she could earn God’s favor. If she got the right grades, spent time with the right people and gave her best as a competitive swimmer, the young college student would be the right version of herself. Not only would other people be pleased with her, but God would be pleased, too.

FBC Farmersville shines the light of Jesus during North Texas ice storm

FARMERSVILLE, Texas (BP) – When John and Judy arrived at First Baptist Church of Farmersville, Texas, last Thursday, it had already been a rough 24 hours.

NAMB’s Journeyman program prepares college grads for mission field

NEW ORLEANS (BP) – When Isaac Woodward moved from North Georgia to New Orleans as his dad took a teaching role at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, the 11-year-old wasn’t thrilled.

Optimistic pro-life advocates gather for 49th March for Life, look forward to post-Roe America

WASHINGTON (BP) – Thousands of people braved a brisk 23-degree afternoon to gather at the National Mall for the 49th annual March for Life Friday (Jan. 21). Protesters seemed optimistic that the 50th such march may be the first to take place in a post-Roe v. Wade America. With a theme of Equality Begins in the Womb, speakers at the march emphasized the link between racial and gender equality and the half-century battle to end abortion on demand in the United States.

Doubts, deconstruction offer Southern Baptists opportunities to respond by listening, loving

HOUSTON (BP) – It’s not easy for a young preacher to stand before his congregation week after week while questioning fundamental truths of the Christian faith. Twenty years ago, that’s the position Steve Bezner found himself in.