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Baptist historian Albert Wardin dies at 94

NASHVILLE (BP) – Albert Wardin, a prolific historian who helped make the Southern Baptist Historical Library and Archives (SBHLA) a global hotspot for Baptist researchers, died Nov. 14. He was 94.

Supported by CP, world-class scholars ‘love where we’re at’

NASHVILLE (BP) – Forty years ago, the Evangelical Theological Society (ETS) was a lonely place to be a Southern Baptist professor.

With CP, ‘any church of any size’ can plant

NASHVILLE (BP) – When Christ Fellowship in Tampa, Fla., felt led to launch a new campus, they weren’t alone. The Send Network Florida walked beside them every step of the way.

Red state pro-lifers hit with post-abortion needs

MOBILE, Ala. (BP) – A young woman, pregnant and scared, entered the Women’s Resource Center in Mobile, Ala., on a Tuesday. The pro-life clinic confirmed her pregnancy, diagnosed her with a sexually transmitted infection (STI) and scheduled her for an ultrasound.

Homosexuality debate rekindles among U.S. denominations

NASHVILLE (BP) – This summer’s denominational gatherings among U.S. churches have deepened fault lines over the topic of human sexuality.

How to make New Year’s resolutions

NASHVILLE (BP) -- Resolutions have yielded a mixed bag of successes and flops over the course of Christian history.

Counselor June Hunt celebrates 35 years on air, in print

DALLAS (BP) – June Hunt’s international biblical counseling ministry Hope for the Heart was seeking an accountant when president and CEO Curtis Hail met an accounting professional in her 50s who seemed especially passionate about helping the ministry. So he asked why.

At 75, Baptist Press still ‘important religion news’

NASHVILLE (BP) – Wildfire had decimated the Northern California town of Magalia, and local pastor Doug Crowder didn’t know how his 100-member congregation could meet the swell of community needs. That’s when Baptist Press published his story.

Vaccine mandates raise religious liberty questions

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (BP) – As more and more pastors are being asked to provide confirmation of a religious exemption from the COVID-19 vaccine, they are drawing a range of conclusions about whether refusing the vaccine can be a religious liberty issue.

WRAP-UP: SBC elects Litton, takes control of EC investigation

NASHVILLE (BP) – From the moment they were called to order with a different gavel than the one SBC presidents had used for the previous 149 years, messengers to the 2021 SBC Annual Meeting June 15-16 in Nashville – the largest since 1995 – were ready to make changes and challenge traditions in the name of advancing the Gospel.