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North Greenville pep band wears Furman purple as Big Dance stand-in

ORLANDO, Fla. (BP) — The prospect of a student at a Division II school being an active participant at March Madness is a long shot – about as long as from Tigerville, S.C., to Limerick, Ireland.

Pastors’ mental well-being flourishes in the woods, on the water

NASHVILLE (BP) — Terry Fant talked about getting tired, not from the Gospel itself, but undeniably what is required in being a pastor.

Dude Perfect star Tyler Toney shares testimony of redemption in latest ‘I Am Second’ video

NASHVILLE (BP) – With more than 50 million subscribers, YouTube sensation Dude Perfect is one of the most notable names in social media entertainment.

Covenant Eyes app reinstated in Google Play store

NASHVILLE (BP) -- Google Play has reinstated apps for pornography accountability software Covenant Eyes and Accountable2You after resolving invasion of privacy concerns that software leaders said were erroneous.

Artificial Intelligence requires Christians to consider what it means to be human

NASHVILLE (BP) – The rising popularity of artificial intelligence like ChatGPT is causing Christians to examine questions beyond the ethical nature of the technology and what it fundamentally means to be human.

New video series explores biblical sites in the Holy Land

NASHVILLE (BP) – The Israel Ministry of Tourism (IMOT) has released an official series of short videos exploring the various biblical and archaeological sites throughout the Holy Land.

Put them in, Coach: Georgia church readies for another season

MARIETTA, Ga. (BP) – Parents want their kids involved in sports, whether that’s locally or in travel ball. In addition to physical activity, they see it as a way to improve mental and emotional health.

‘Jesus Revolution’ heads into second weekend after 3rd-place box office opening 

NASHVILLE (BP) – “Jesus Revolution,” a new movie depicting the “Jesus Movement” of the 1960s and ‘70s, is heading into its second weekend in theaters after a $15 million opening gave the film an unexpected third-place finish at the box office.

Second Daytona 500 win in three years shows moments matter in racing and life

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (BP) — Timing is everything. For Nicholas Patterson it factored heavily in his coming to America. It remains the same for him on pit road every Sunday.

Spurgeon College basketball coach Billy Livezey wins Coach of the Year Award

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (BP) – The National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) Southwest Region has announced its selections for the 2022-2023 men’s basketball honors. Among the recipients are Spurgeon College coach Billy Livezey, who was named Coach of the Year. Two players on the team also received national honors.