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Haitian gang leader charged in kidnapping of U.S. missionaries

WASHINGTON (AP) – Federal prosecutors in the U.S. have charged the leader of a notoriously violent Haitian gang in connection with the kidnapping of 16 Americans last year, the Justice Department said Tuesday.

Women settle suit alleging Liberty mishandled assault cases

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) – A settlement has been reached in a lawsuit 12 women brought last summer against Liberty University accusing the Christian institution of fostering an unsafe environment on its Virginia campus and mishandling cases of sexual assault and harassment.

No more murder charge for women in Louisiana abortion bill

NEW ORLEANS (AP) – The sponsor of a bill that would have subjected Louisiana women to murder charges for having abortions abruptly pulled the proposal from debate Thursday night (May 12) after House members voted 65-26 to totally revamp the legislation, eliminating the criminal penalties.

Refugee crisis calls for more U.S. help, panel says

NASHVILLE (BP) – The unmatched, global refugee crisis calls for the United States to increase its support for the tens of millions of people who have fled their homes because of religious persecution and other causes, a bipartisan commission says.

Samford receives historic $100M gift from estate of Marvin Mann

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (BP) – Samford University has received the largest single donor gift ever received by an institution of higher education in Alabama – $100 million from the Marvin Mann estate.

SBC presidential candidate, entity leader at odds over anti-abortion advocacy

NASHVILLE (BP) – A named candidate for the 2022 Southern Baptist Convention presidential election is calling for the trustees of the SBC’s Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission to remove the entity’s acting president over his signing on to a May 12 letter from the National Right to Life (NRL).

Ukraine relief tops $10 million; five ways Southern Baptists are helping

As stories of tragedy and heartache continue to emerge from the ongoing crisis in Ukraine, Send Relief is grateful for the generosity and commitment of Southern Baptists to help Christian brothers and sisters and other refugees in Eastern Europe.

Trio Hebron Road seeks to inspire, encourage worship leaders with new album

PLANO, Texas (BP) – Musical trio Hebron Road wants their debut album “In A Moment” to be an inspiration and encouragement to worship leaders around the country.

Skit Guys’ faith-based family comedy hits theaters May 13

EDMOND, Okla. (BP) – The Skit Guys, a Christian comedy duo, will debut their first-ever family film Friday (May 13) at theaters nationwide.

Pete Ramírez elegido director ejecutivo de la Convención Bautista del Sur de California

FRESNO, Calif. (BP) – La Junta Ejecutiva de la Convención Bautista del Sur de California (CSBC) celebró el anuncio de un nuevo Director Ejecutivo recientemente elegido. Pete Ramírez, ex director ejecutivo asociado, fue uno de varios solicitantes para el puesto tras el anuncio de la próxima jubilación de Bill Agee.