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IMB calling for a movement of generosity to spur missions giving

RICHMOND, Va. (BP) – In efforts to promote a “movement of generosity among those who support the International Mission Board,” the IMB has developed unique ways to facilitate giving, said Chris Kennedy, IMB’s chief advancement officer.

Google’s ban on pro-life ads biased, divisive, SBC tech ethicist says

NASHVILLE (BP) – Google’s ban of ads by a pro-life organization reflects the frequent bias in the abortion debate and the deepening divisions in the culture, a Southern Baptist specialist in technology ethics said.

Bible Study: Enduring God-sanctioned detours

As much as we want our detours to end yesterday, only God knows whether we are prepared for the destiny He has in store for us, or if the destiny is prepared for us.

‘Fill the Tank’ brings 1,600 baptisms in North Carolina

Elle Robinette wasn’t going to let being bound to a wheelchair prevent her from being baptized.

Stacy Bramlett elected SBC Executive Committee vice chair

NASHVILLE (BP) – Stacy Bramlett, a banking executive in her second term on the Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee, doesn’t take lightly her election Monday (Sept. 20) as EC vice chair. She sought God’s counsel even before accepting the nomination.

DISASTER RELIEF DIGEST: Florida, Georgia volunteers see professions of faith; Kentucky Baptists give generators, gift cards

Florida DR team sees four professions of faith By Keila Diaz/Florida Baptist Convention METAIRIE, La. (BP) – Over Labor Day weekend, Florida Baptist Disaster Relief volunteers deployed to a suburb of New Orleans to assist with cleanup and recovery from Hurricane Ida and help run a disaster relief command center at Metairie Baptist Church. But […]

EC members grieved by recent meeting, optimistic about possible solution

NASHVILLE (BP) – A collective of SBC Executive Committee members have released a statement in response to Tuesday’s (Sept. 21) approval of a motion that, while funding a task force-approved investigation into allegations of the mishandling of sexual abuse claims, stopped short of waiving attorney-client privilege.

Pastor calls for week of fasting, prayer for EC crisis

HUNTERSVILLE, N.C. (BP) – A North Carolina pastor is calling Southern Baptists to join him in praying and fasting for the next seven days as discussions continue among the officers and staff of the Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee, the Sexual Abuse Task Force appointed by SBC President Ed Litton and Guidepost Solutions, the third-party firm the task force has selected to investigate the SBC EC’s handling of sex abuse claims.

FIRST-PERSON: Southern Baptists sending very best to the nations

NASHVILLE (BP) – In late July, Michelle and I, along with two of our daughters, traveled overseas, where we met with more than 60 of your missionaries and their kids. We were so encouraged by the days we spent visiting with them and were again reminded that Southern Baptists have sent their very best to the nations.

Axis Church moves forward after fire

NASHVILLE (BP) – Despite some difficult circumstances, The Axis Church is still spinning.