NASHVILLE (BP) – I have believed in the sanctity of human life for as long as I’ve been a follower of Christ. I don’t think I’ve ever felt those truths more intensely than when our daughter was in the NICU last year.
THOMASVILLE, N.C. – Janina DeHart had a dream that she was at a party, celebrating the adoption of two boys into her family. That dream came true when the Lord brought together the DeHarts and two brothers who needed a family.
MARIETTA, Ga. (BP) – One day, a young veteran’s wife approached ministry leaders at Johnson Ferry Baptist Church. She was struggling. Her husband, who served two tours in the Middle East, had been hospitalized for suicidal thoughts.
PELL CITY, Ala. (BP) – Como muchas iglesias en los Estados Unidos, Cropwell Baptist Church recibió a miles de votantes el día de las elecciones como lugar de votación. La iglesia aprovechó la oportunidad de ser una bendición a su comunidad.
PELL CITY, Ala. (BP) – Like many churches across the U.S., Cropwell Baptist Church hosted thousands of voters on election day as a polling location. The church used the opportunity to be a blessing to its community.
NASHVILLE (BP) – “Just like everything else in 2020, it’s unlike anything we’ve done before.”
CARBON HILL, Ala. (BP) – Comenzó como un domingo normal. Scott McCullar, pastor de First Baptist Church en Carbon Hill, estaba a punto de concluir el servicio matutino de adoración. Resultó ser su aniversario de bodas. Su familia iba a comer algo después del servicio y prepararse para el culto vespertino.
CARBON HILL, Ala. (BP) – It started as a normal Sunday. Scott McCullar, pastor of First Baptist Church, was about to conclude the morning worship service. It happened to be his wedding anniversary. His family would grab something to eat after the service before preparing for evening worship.
James Kang no quiere que los coreanos bautistas del sur sean "un pequeño grupo étnico en la CBS". "Queremos ser una parte principal de la CBS", dijo Kang. "Queremos traer algo de la fuerza de la iglesia coreana a la CBS".
James Kang doesn’t want Korean Southern Baptists to be “one small ethnic group in the SBC.”