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USCIRF, others lament Nigeria’s escalating religious persecution and violence

WASHINGTON (BP) – Seven years after Boko Haram kidnapped 276 girls from a majority Christian school in Chibok, Nigeria, U.S. religious freedom advocates are lamenting escalating religious persecution in the African country.

BCNE youth discipleship program grows servant leaders

WORCESTER, Mass. (BP) – When Charlotte Mullane enrolled in Worcester State University in Worcester, Mass., she noticed the school lacked a fellowship and service group designed for Christians.

Near Caribbean volcano, Baptist’s bucket of water reaping benefits decades later

KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent (BP) – Pastor Cecil Richards calls it "pure gold" – a missionary's 5-gallon bucket of water that led to his salvation after the 1979 La Soufriere volcanic eruption and yet inspires his ministry decades later as La Soufriere erupts again.

As volcano erupts on St. Vincent, nearby Kingstown Baptist Church helps evacuees

KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent (BP) – About 10 miles below the erupting La Soufriere volcano on the small island of St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Kingstown Baptist Church Pastor Cecil Richards thanked God for rain that fell briefly as he led a virtual worship Sunday (April 11).

Homage to grandparents wins ministry couple Southern Living kudos

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (BP) – When Resurrection Church found its present home in downtown Charleston, members Cleve and Katie Persinger offered to lease the church's storefront to help fulfill a personal dream.

Docenas de estados en acción para limitar los deportes femeniles a sólo las mujeres biológicas

NASHVILLE (BP) - Más de 25 estados están considerando proyectos de ley para limitar los deportes femeniles a las mujeres biológicas, lo que impide que los hombres que se identifican como mujeres transgénero participen en las competencias.

Dozens of states working to limit women’s sports to biological females

NASHVILLE (BP) – More than 25 states are considering bills to limit women's sports to biological females, blocking men who identify as transgendered women from participating in competition.

Excitement of returning to onsite Easter worship like ‘opening gifts on Christmas’

NEW ORLEANS (BP) – The excitement was like "anticipating or opening gifts on Christmas Day," Fred Luter said of Franklin Avenue Baptist Church's onsite Easter worship service.

‘Jesus’ and ‘Resurrection’ among online Easter viewings as COVID-19 lingers

BRANSON, Mo. (BP) – Proclaiming the words of Jesus daily while portraying the Savior in Sight & Sound's live musical production of "Jesus -- Live" affects actor Cody Hunt like no other role in his 10-year career.

Church provides ‘A Future and A Hope’ for homeless Pensacola women

PENSACOLA, Fla. (BP) – If "you have 30, 60 seconds," Pastor Jeff Henry is bound to tell you "an amazing story."