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Court: Ohio county order violated Christian schools’ rights

CINCINNATI (AP) – A federal appeals court Dec. 31 provided the go-ahead for Christian schools in an Ohio county to resume holding in-person classes during the pandemic.

Louisiana College president’s piano album to fund scholarships

PINEVILLE, La. — He doesn’t consider himself talented, but nonetheless Rick Brewer is lending his piano talents toward funding scholarships at Louisiana College.

School closings threaten gains of students with disabilities

(AP) – Without any in-school special education services for months, 14-year-old Joshua Nazzaro's normally sweet demeanor has sometimes given way to aggressive meltdowns that had been under control before the pandemic.

Southern Baptists warn about LGBTQ proposals to Biden

WASHINGTON (BP) – A new agenda proposed to the incoming administration of President-elect Joe Biden by the country’s leading gay and transgender rights organization poses a serious threat to religious freedom, especially that of Christian colleges and universities, Southern Baptist leaders have warned.

SBC DIGEST: Mission:Dignity gifts to be matched; Yellowstone Christian College elects new president

Mission:Dignity gifts matched up to $400K #GivingTuesday; Marvin Jones elected president of Yellowstone Christian College.

FROM THE STATES: Churches make room for students learning remotely

Illinois churches host students displaced by pandemic; Georgia churches help bridge broadband gap.

Southwest Baptist University president submits resignation

BOLIVAR, Mo. (BP) – Southwest Baptist University President Eric A. Turner submitted his resignation to the SBU Board of Trustees during the board’s regular meeting Tuesday (Oct. 20). His resignation is effective Nov. 20 at the conclusion of the fall semester’s commencement ceremonies.

FIRST-PERSON: Change lives by helping children learn to read

ATLANTA (BP) – My husband and I live in East Atlanta among refugees. I taught at a school where all of my students were refugees learning English as their second language.

Bring Your Bible to School adds online events during COVID-19 pandemic

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (BP) – Online campfire gatherings, a Facebook Live celebration and subsequent monthly outreaches will energize Bring Your Bible to School Day Oct. 1, an annual event focused on religious liberty, discipleship and evangelism.

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.