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Alabama Baptists work to build camp in Alaska

CRAIG, Alaska (BP) – There’s a piece of land nestled next to a lake in Alaska, and Tommy Bishop said when he’s there, he thinks of somewhere else.

Pregnancy counselor sees God’s plan woven miraculously throughout her story

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (BP) – Kathryn Barnhill knows she was an answer to prayer. But not her mother’s. Her great-aunt’s.

Birmingham church sees senior adult ministry as ‘vital’ to being intergenerational

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama (BP) -- Nate Brooks said his church went through a rough stretch around the time the COVID-19 pandemic hit, and now their congregational theme is “rebuild.”

Generational impact: Pregnancy resource centers’ fatherhood programs help dads engage

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (BP) -- When Richard found out his girlfriend, Jasmine, was pregnant, he was nervous — he’d been a husband and a dad before, and he didn’t feel like he’d done very well.

Associational leader says ‘forgotten’ Alabama community needs assistance after tragedy, storm

CAMP HILL, Ala. (BP) – James Smith had just heard about the mass shooting in Dadeville that killed four and injured 32 in mid-April when he called Tallapoosa County’s Emergency Management Agency director to see how he could help.

In aftermath of mass shooting, Alabama pastor spends days ministering to community

DADEVILLE, Ala. (BP) – “Say that again.” Ben Hayes’ phone had rung moments before, waking him up, and he was trying to understand what he had just heard. He didn’t feel like it could be real, so he asked the caller to repeat herself.

North Carolina man’s vision for prayer booms into daily life for thousands of believers

Seven days a week, Terry Long’s morning starts with an 8 o’clock phone call to Fred Lunsford, a 98-year-old retired pastor in North Carolina.

Churches damaged by Jan. 12 tornadoes grateful for God’s grace

AUTAGA COUNTY, Ala. (BP) – Josh Pendergrass was at home Jan. 12 watching storm coverage when he saw the meteorologist draw a circle around the exact place where his church sat.

Retired minister grateful for ‘stream of people’ at his storm-damaged home

SELMA, Ala. (BP) – Guy Anderson’s downtown home has a big front porch, and he’s stood on it many times in the more than 25 years since he and his wife, Debbie, bought the historic 1880s property.

Storms rip through South, kill multiple people in Alabama

Six people are dead after a storm system surprised Alabamians on Thursday (Jan. 12) with two dozen tornadoes that devastated homes, businesses and churches in different parts of the state.