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Nearly 6 million viewers have tuned in to watch Georgia pastor restore old vehicles

COVINGTON, Ga. (BP) – Georgia Pastor David Wheeler’s love for old cars is turning him into a YouTube celebrity.

Georgia Baptist Mission Board sells Duluth office building to hotel developer

DULUTH, Ga. — The Georgia Baptist Mission Board has sold a five-story office building and adjacent property in Duluth to a hotel developer for $23.5 million, bringing an end to a years-long search for a buyer.

Georgia Baptists serving free meals for security teams at Rosalynn Carter’s memorials

PLAINS, Ga. — The chefs who are preparing meals for hundreds of Secret Service agents, Georgia Highway Patrol troopers, National Guard troops, and others providing security during three days of memorials for former first lady Rosalynn Carter have vast experience feeding huge crowds, usually in disaster zones.

New governing documents approved by Georgia Baptists

SNELLVILLE, Ga. (BP) – Messengers attending the Georgia Baptist Convention’s annual meeting gave provisional approval to updates to 200-year-old governing documents on Tuesday in a move that is intended to provide greater legal protections to churches and the state Mission Board.

Churches expressing appreciation to pastors is important

SUWANEE, Ga. (BP) — One of Mark Marshall’s greatest keepsakes is a notebook filled with letters from church members expressing their love and appreciation for him and his wife.

‘Small-town Billy Graham’ sees 1,600 commitments to Christ in south Georgia crusade

BAXLEY, Ga. (BP) – Hundreds of people streamed out of the bleachers at Jimmy Swain Stadium on Wednesday, responding to a call from evangelist Rick Gage to get right with God.

Georgians turning to Christ in the wake of Hurricane Idalia

VALDOSTA, Ga. (BP) -- In the aftermath of Hurricane Idalia, residents of south Georgia have been turning to Christ for hope, comfort and salvation.

Georgia association’s drive-through prayer stations see 30 decisions for Christ in single day

SWAINSBORO, Ga. (BP) – Lured by a few simple handwritten signs and some orange traffic cones, long lines of people showed up for a drive-through prayer initiative in Swainsboro on Saturday.

Michael Catt’s battle with prostate cancer takes turn for worse, family says

ALBANY, Ga. — Michael Catt, the groundbreaking Georgia pastor who served as executive producer of the Christian movies Flywheel, Facing the Giants, Fireproof and Courageous, is facing setbacks in his battle with prostate cancer, his family said on social media Wednesday.

Lottie Moon’s impact on Georgia town still being felt 150 years after she left

CARTERSVILLE, Ga. – Lottie Moon was in a worship service at what’s now First Baptist Church when she heard God's call to missions, prompting her to leave Cartersville for China 150 years ago.