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Giving it all to God: umpire, ordained minister returns to World Series

HOUSTON (BP) – Ted Barrett is headed back to the World Series.

Workplace chaplaincy can be a place for healing, growth

HAZLEHURST, Ga. (BP) – Just as it goes with the church, life has a way of impacting the workplace. Employees deal with personal struggles, family issues, addiction and myriad other distractions that can impact their performance.

2022 to be final T4G conference, founders say

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (BP) – Together for the Gospel, a conference occurring every two years since its inception in 2006, will come together for the last time in 2022, organizers said today.

Rural association churches join for local, global ministry through CP

MADILL, Okla. (BP) – As with many rural areas throughout the country, pastors in the Johnston Marshall Baptist Association know some things are going to happen like clockwork this time of year.

Missouri church wins settlement in case over COVID restrictions

LEE’S SUMMIT, Mo. (BP) – Eighteen months after raising objections to restrictions related to COVID-19, Abundant Life Baptist Church reached a settlement Oct. 18 to the tune of $146,750 with the Jackson County, Mo., legislature.

Birmingham association invests in church revitalization

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (BP) – As Chris Crain met with the search team for the Birmingham Baptist Association in 2018, he was clear on a focus that would be at the heart of his leadership should he become the group’s next executive director.

Available and open, Arkansas church sees 76 baptisms since August

JONESBORO, Ark. (BP) – If you ask Archie Mason, senior pastor of Central Baptist Church, how many cattle he manages alongside his son, Ty, he’ll tell you, “One too many.” However, for the last couple of months a mentality of “just one more” has taken root at the Arkansas church as 76 baptisms have been registered between its campuses in Jonesboro and Paragould.

NAMB looks to Baptist Faith & Message regarding office of pastor

ALPHARETTA, Ga. (BP) – The North American Mission Board issued a statement Thursday (Oct. 14) re-asserting its position that “only qualified men” will “serve as the communicator for teaching and preaching” in the main gatherings or worship services of church plants endorsed by the Southern Baptist entity. 

Send Relief issues call for homes, churches to help as Afghan refugees arrive

ALPHARETTA, Ga. (BP) – As refugees from Afghanistan enter the U.S., Send Relief is asking for churches and individuals to help in whatever way they can.

El censo revela el futuro de los hispanos y latinos en la SBC

FRESNO, Calif. (BP) - A medida que la población hispana continúa creciendo en todo el país y en la Convención Bautista del Sur, su impacto se observará no solo culturalmente sino en el fortalecimiento de los esfuerzos de la SBC para cumplir con la Gran Comisión, dijo un líder denominacional de California.