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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.

Report: Giving to larger churches dropped last year, even as charitable donations rose

(RNS) – An annual report on giving to evangelical Christian nonprofits, including churches and other ministries, found that giving to the United States’ largest churches fell by more than 6.6 percent in 2021, despite a rise of 4 percent last year in charitable giving nationwide.

Bible Study: God’s promised restoration

God sees every single one of His people, keenly attuned to their pain, their prayers, their obedience and their disobedience.

Diverse cooperation precedes historic Black leadership of Virginia convention

HENRICO, Va. (BP) – Wayne Faison, newly elected executive director of the Baptist General Association of Virginia, was looking for a fulltime pastor’s post when he landed at the BGAV 21 years ago.

FIRST-PERSON: Sharing Gospel becomes part of everyday life in Africa

Since I moved to Africa six months ago to serve as a Global Missionary Partner, I’ve been learning that when I follow the Lord, He will supply all my needs in life. Every day is joyful and my heart is grateful.

Census: Christians a minority in England; non-religious grow

LONDON (AP) – Fewer than half the people in England and Wales consider themselves Christian, according to the most recent census – the first time a minority of the population has followed the country's official religion.

Criticism of Johnny Hunt ‘restoration’ grows; preaching slot canceled

NASHVILLE (BP) – The announcement by four pastors of former SBC president Johnny Hunt’s restoration to the ministry has been met with harsh criticism – criticism that appears to have caused one event organizer to disinvite Hunt from a preaching engagement.

Oklahoma tribal missions leader promotes Native-American led evangelism

WASHINGTON (BP) – Southern Baptists should support a national evangelistic outreach to Native Americans led by tribal Christians with the support of non-Native Americans, an Oklahoma tribal ministries leader told Baptist Press.

FIRST-PERSON: 5 misconceptions surrounding adoption

WASHINGTON, D.C. (BP) – November is National Adoption Month – a time where we raise awareness for children who are waiting for forever families, and celebrate families who have welcomed children home through adoption.

Tornadoes fueled by record highs wrecked homes around South

WETUMPKA, Ala. (AP) – Tornadoes damaged numerous homes, destroyed a fire station, briefly trapped people in a grocery store and ripped the roof off an apartment complex in Mississippi, while two people died as a tree crunched their mobile home in Alabama, authorities said Wednesday.