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Virginia church hosts Thanksgiving ‘Lottie Waddle’ to raise money for missions

NASHVILLE (BP) – In addition to being a day to eat delicious food, Thanksgiving is one of the most popular running days of the year, with thousands of people competing in “Turkey Trot” races before gobbling down their meals.

Johnny Cash documentary tells faith journey of Man in Black

NASHVILLE (BP) – “Johnny Cash: The Redemption of an American Icon,” is a new documentary telling the story of how the legendary musician known as “The Man in Black” found the light of Jesus Christ.

Giving Tuesday offers opportunity to support Gospel work of SBC entities

NASHVILLE (BP) – Whether it’s hunger relief projects, the seminary education of a future pastor or an ultrasound donated through the Ethics & Religious Liberty’s Psalm 139 Project, Southern Baptists have the opportunity to support the Great Commission work of Southern Baptist entities this Giving Tuesday (Nov. 29).

Sandy Wisdom-Martin shares family testimony filled with SBC connections

NASHVILLE, III. (BP) – When Woman’s Missionary Union (WMU) national executive director-treasurer Sandy Wisdom-Martin watched her brother Doug get baptized last year, it represented a story of God’s faithfulness and Southern Baptist cooperation.

The third season of The Chosen debuts in theaters

NASHVILLE (BP) – The first two episodes of the third season of “The Chosen” are set for a 12-day run in theaters across the U.S. beginning Friday (Nov. 18). The TV series has been viewed nearly a half-billion times through its app.

SWBTS student narrates ‘Jesus’ film in its 2,000th language

FORT WORTH, Texas (BP) – Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminarhy student Mang Siing recently became a part of history when he served as the narrator for the Zo language translation of the world-famous Jesus Film. The effort marked the film’s 2,000th available language.

Pastor is first Burmese-American elected to Indianapolis-area school board

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (BP) – In his new role on the Perry Township Schools Board, Southern Baptist pastor Hre Mang hopes to help provide quality education to the community’s diverse population.

Alaska’s lone Hispanic church sees spiritual fruit in ‘fertile soil’

JUNEAU, Alaska (BP) – Members of Rescate Church, the only Hispanic Southern Baptist Church in Alaska, have seen great spiritual fruit in the last couple of years and desire to continue growing their ministry by planting more Hispanic churches throughout the state.

‘Dominion’ over technology use a must, leaders say

NASHVILLE (BP) – Whether it is a new app sweeping the nation, a brand-new must-have iPhone upgrade or a new way to use virtual reality, technology is advancing at lightning speed.

Churches vital in helping vulnerable children, Send Relief advocate says

NASHVILLE (BP) – The task can seem daunting. Most estimates put the number of children and teens in foster care at 400,000 at any given time.