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WMU helps Afghan women resettle in Minnesota, Wisconsin

MILWAUKEE, Wis. (BP) – Afghan refugees in Minnesota and Wisconsin have received help and hope from the Minnesota-Wisconsin Woman’s Missionary Union, which has been meeting practical needs and building relationships through a ministry fueled by a grant from the WMU Foundation.

Rape survivor shares hope, wisdom on latest ‘I Am Second’ video

DALLAS (BP) – After he drugged and raped her, she sat on his kitchen floor blaming herself, thinking perhaps it had been a nightmare, and swearing to never tell a soul her trauma.

FIRST-PERSON: Why we do missions as a family

Once, my wife and I attended a lecture with our then three-year-old son. The speaker was a possible Nobel Prize candidate, and we were at a prestigious university. Our very extroverted son saw one of our friends quietly coming in late and innocently, but boldly and loudly, greeted her with an affectionate term meaning “auntie.”  The lecturer, a bit stunned, stopped for a moment and all eyes turned to us. Our son, the only child at the lecture, was smiling and waving to our friend summoning her to come. I prayed, “Oh God, what did I do by bringing him here? Help me!”

SBC DIGEST: Sánchez joins SWBTS faculty; Hannibal-LaGrange president resigns

Juan Sánchez appointed to SWBTS faculty; Hannibal-LaGrange University president resigns.

Biden administration officially withdraws vaccine rule

WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Biden administration has officially withdrawn a rule that would have required workers at large employers to get vaccinated or face regular COVID testing requirements.

EDITORIAL: Confía en Dios en el 2022

Era un tiempo de confusión. Los discípulos acababan de pasar por el agonizante trauma de ver a su Mesías - y amigo - crucificado. Faltaba el cuerpo. Hubo informes de la aparición de ángeles, personas muertas caminando e incluso avistamientos de Jesús mismo. Algunos creyeron. Otros no.

El seminario Southwestern reúne a líderes hispanos y destaca los nuevos títulos que ofrece

Del 14 al 18 de enero, más de 100 estudiantes de 10 países y 18 estados participaron en una semana de cursos intensivos en español como parte del programa de Maestría de Estudios Teológicos (MET) en Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. La semana culminó con una cena, patrocinada por el seminario, donde se destacaron los diversos programas y títulos que ofrece el seminario y donde también se escucharon testimonios por parte de los estudiantes.

God’s grace seen after deputies’ suicides leave behind newborn

FORT PIERCE, Fla. (BP) – Sheriff’s deputies Clayton Osteen and Victoria Pacheco were smiling during the pre-Thanksgiving dinner celebrating the upcoming birth of their son Jayce. Weeks later the parents committed suicide.