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Tennessee second state to criminalize ‘abortion trafficking’ of minors

NASHVILLE (BP) – Tennessee lawmakers have approved an “abortion trafficking” ban making it a Class A misdemeanor to transport minors out of state for abortions without parental consent, or to procure abortion pills for minors.

Church planting networks see continued influence

NASHVILLE (BP) – When asked about online chatter that claimed over half of its affiliated churches had left, Acts 29 responded that those reports are “extremely exaggerated.”

Biden signs foreign aid package for Ukraine, Israel, with relief for Gaza

WASHINGTON (BP) – President Joe Biden signed a $95 billion foreign aid package April 24 that drew bipartisan support for Israel, Ukraine and other allies, and pledged to begin sending weapons and military equipment to Ukraine within hours.

Bob Terry honored with second lifetime achievement award

LEXINGTON, Ky. (BP) – Bobby S. “Bob” Terry’s contributions to the Christian publishing world continue to be noticed across the industry.

EXPLAINER: Report reveals Southern Baptists’ views on political theology

Lifeway Research released a report this month on Southern Baptists’ views on political theology. The survey, which was sponsored by the Land Center for Cultural Engagement at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, looked at the views of Southern Baptist laity and key leaders and aimed to understand:

12 things I would do differently if I were starting ministry again

This month, I celebrated 43 years in full-time ministry. It’s hard to believe I’ve been at this work that long—maybe because most of the years have been great joys. Here are some things I would do differently, though,

Native American Baptists reach out to Colorado Natives

TOWAOC, Colo. (BP) – A dozen people made professions of faith in Jesus as their Savior and Lord, and many more requested prayer last weekend on the Ute Mountain Ute reservation south of Cortez, Colo.

On Graduate Sunday, consider looking forward, say leaders

NASHVILLE (BP) — Over the next month churches will hold the annual event known as Graduate Sunday. Those days may include tables of photos in the foyer, graduates in their caps and gowns, a meal for senior and a sermon by the youth pastor, leaving parents to wonder about the science behind the speed of time.

How can we mobilize church members for missions?

Last month, my church hosted an event called “Together for the Nations” put on by the International Mission Board (IMB). The purpose of this event was to introduce churches to the work of the IMB and encourage them to consider ways to join these mission efforts around the world. Several topics were addressed at this event, but the one from which I gleaned the most was about mobilizing God’s people for mission work.