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Many first-timers as Lifeway Black church confab returns onsite

RIDGECREST, N.C. (BP) – Donna Brooks of Belleville, Ill., found a quality at the Black Church Leadership and Family Conference (BCLFC) that she struggled to put into words.

Haitian turmoil increases hunger for Gospel, Christian workers say

THOMAZEAU, Haiti (BP) -- Near anarchy in Haiti surrounding the assassination of President Jovenel Moïse has escalated the risk of starvation but has also increased a hunger for the Gospel in some areas, according to Christian workers in the country.

Terroristas matan a 33, incendian iglesias después de los secuestros en la escuela bautista de Nigeria

KADUNA, Nigeria (BP) - En seis días de ataques tras el secuestro de más de 125 estudiantes de la escuela Bautista en Kaduna, Nigeria, los terroristas han matado al menos a 33 civiles de la zona y quemado cuatro iglesias y cientos de cercanías casas, dijeron testigos a Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW).

In historic first, 2 Black women serving on SBC Executive Committee

NASHVILLE (BP) -- An expressed love of missions, education and the Gospel flow from the life experiences of Florida's Archalena Coats and Louisiana's Carolyn Fountain, the first two Black women to serve on the SBC Executive Committee.

Un error quirúrgico lleva a pastor de Ohio a cambio de vida dietético, testimonio

COLUMBUS, Ohio (BP) — Antes de su “momento de inspiración”, una de las comidas favoritas del pastor Reginald Hayes era el sándwich de pescado de McDonald. Podía comprarse uno, comérselo en el carro y sentirse tentado a comprarse otro al llegar al siguiente McDonald a la vuelta de la esquina.

Terrorists kill 33, torch churches after Nigeria Baptist school kidnappings

KADUNA, Nigeria (BP) -- In six days of attacks after the kidnapping of more than 125 Baptist school students in Kaduna, Nigeria, terrorists have killed at least 33 area civilians and burned four churches and hundreds of nearby homes, witnesses told Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW).

Surgical misstep leads Ohio pastor to dietary life change, testimony

COLUMBUS, Ohio (BP) -- Before his "eureka moment," one of Pastor Reginald Hayes' favorite meals was a McDonald's fish sandwich. He could buy one, eat it in the car and be tempted to buy another upon reaching the next McDonald's just around the corner.

Study: College Christians want community and help with prayer and evangelism

MADISON, Wis. (BP) – Christian college students are seeking community and instructional resources for prayer and evangelism, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship found in a survey of students this spring.

With son in last days of cancer, parents proclaim God’s sufficiency

TERRY, Miss. (BP) – A year before pastor Lee Faler's firstborn son Rankin, 6, developed terminal brain cancer, First Baptist Church of Terry was focused on suffering and prayer.

125 estudiantes bautistas de la secundaria secuestrados en Nigeria

KADUNA, Nigeria (BP) - Cerca de 125 estudiantes secuestrados de una escuela de una iglesia bautista en el norte de Nigeria están especialmente en peligro debido a su cristianismo y la falta de voluntad de las autoridades locales para pagar un rescate, dijo un principal grupo de vigilancia de la persecución le dijo a Baptist Press.