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ERLC, others hail federal rule on campus freedom

WASHINGTON (BP) – Southern Baptist religious freedom advocate Russell Moore and other evangelical Christian leaders have commended a new Trump administration regulation to protect the constitutional rights of students and organizations on college campuses.

FIRST-PERSON: Homeschooling rings our bell

NASHVILLE (BP) – It was a tough decision.  For several weeks, my wife and I talked about it at great length. We prayed about it, sweated over it and, occasionally, I will admit, flip-flopped on it. 

FROM THE COLLEGES: Pro-life advocate speaks at Union University; Enrollment grows at Ouachita Baptist University, University of Mobile

The Union University Auxiliary hosted "An Evening with Abby Johnson." Ouachita Baptist University enrollment is the highest since 2000, while the University of Mobile's is highest in five years.

Falwell resigns as president of Liberty

LYNCHBURG, Va. (BP) – After drama, denial and dispute, it’s official: Jerry Falwell Jr. has resigned as president of Liberty University.

Churches helping students thrive as COVID-19 delays school reopenings

ARAB, Ala. (BP) -- Churches are providing options for parents as schools delay or modify reopening plans to avoid the spread of COVID-19.

Christian groups prepare parents to homeschool as inquiries soar amid COVID-19

PURCEVILLE, Va. (BP) -- Parents across the U.S. and in many foreign countries are exploring homeschooling their children for the first time this fall as schools navigate reopening amid COVID-19 dangers and uncertainties.

Teens struggle to balance school, family, work during pandemic

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — With her baby brother in her arms, Kara Apuzzo tried to follow along in an online class as he squirmed or slept. Other times, the 18-year-old rushed to get ready for work at a front-line job at Target as her virtual high school lessons were still wrapping up.

FIRST-PERSON: How to pray for the first day of school this year

GARLAND, Texas (BP) -- For students, parents and teachers, this will be a school year unlike any other. In a time when people are quick to share their opinion and leap to judgment, believers should be quick to pray.

Educational partnership expected to benefit Baptist school children

SHAWNEE, Okla. (BP)--In an effort to bolster the educational opportunities for grade-school students, the Southern Baptist Association of Christian Schools has voted to admit colleges for membership in the organization.

Dobson: Get kids out of California public schools

WASHINGTON (BP)--James Dobson is urging parents not to send their kids to public schools in California for fear they could be corrupted by a pro-homosexual agenda, CNSNews.com reported March 29.