NASHVILLE (BP) — Shane Pruitt’s background in observing students is tough to top. Last year alone, he spoke at 117 events to more than 260,000 in attendance, recording more than 30,000 salvations and 1,500 called into the ministry. He also helped coach more than 6,200 collegiate and student leaders.
NASHVILLE (BP) — Jimmy sat at the dinner table and listened to his son, an athletic type who wasn’t prone to tears.
NASHVILLE (BP) – According to Pew Research Center, 80 percent of Americans say social media platforms are effective for raising public awareness about political or social issues, and over half have also been civically engaged on social media in recent years. Social media can be a powerful tool when harnessed with wisdom as we seek to influence change and address grave issues of injustice throughout our world.
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NASHVILLE (BP) — An elevated call for prayer in recent days shows not only that more people believe in its power, but that studies indicating a lack of belief in God may be premature.
NASHVILLE (BP) – Years from now when people look at a list of college football national champions, the 2022 University of Georgia team will be remembered first as winning its second consecutive title.
Buffalo Bills team chaplain says prayer began ‘right away’ after Damar Hamlin’s collapse, hasn’t stopped
BUFFALO, N.Y. (BP) — Faith and prayer are more prevalent in the NFL than the casual observer may think, Buffalo Bills team chaplain Len Vanden Bos told Baptist Press. But since the moments after Damar Hamlin fell to the turf in Cincinnati Jan. 2, Vanden Bos has witnessed a unifying desire for prayer among both players and fans.
CEDARVILLE, Ohio (BP) – Damar Hamlin’s collapse Monday night in a nationally televised game between his Buffalo Bills and the Cincinnati Bengals pointed to the importance of on-field medical personnel. An athletic trainer’s impact, however, goes much further in helping mental and spiritual healing as well as physical.
NASHVILLE (BP) – The internet is changing again. And that is bad news for the churches that are already lagging behind on social media platforms. But it also creates an opportunity to leapfrog the era that is going by the wayside and start engaging a medium that has drastically influenced our culture (and our pews) more than we may have imagined.
NASHVILLE (BP) – Pickleball has been the fastest growing sport in America for the past two years, and Southern Baptist churches are using it as a way to build relationships among their members and reach out to their communities.