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More than 450 attend Arabic Baptist Church’s annual conference in New England

DANVERS, Mass. (BP) – For 38 years, hundreds of Middle Eastern Christians have come from nearby communities in New England and places far away to worship together for one weekend. Since 1984, the Arabic Baptist Church of Boston has hosted its annual conference around the July Fourth holiday. The event draws attendees and online viewers from around the world.

SBC DIGEST: New SBC podcast for Spanish speakers; ‘Supply Day’ gets SWBTS students ready for year

New podcast, Vida SBC, for Spanish speakers; Supply Day provides SWBTS, TBC students, families goods to begin the academic year.

SBCV Chinese fellowship helps pastors connect

GLEN ALLEN, Va. (BP) – When pastor Michael Wu first arrived at the SBC of Virginia Annual Homecoming last November, he felt alone.

‘Asian American’ misses diversity of Asians in U.S., Pew study finds

WASHINGTON (BP) -- “Asian-American” is too broad a term to encompass descendants in the U.S. of more than 20 or more Asian and Indian nations, the Pew Research Center found in its largest canvas of Asian Americans to date.

‘Cree’ gathering brings Hispanic community together at NOBTS

NEW ORLEANS (BP) – The conference “Cree,” Spanish for “believe,” drew more than 500 Hispanic pastors, staff members and lay leaders to New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary in a first-ever gathering of its kind to encourage and equip Hispanic church leaders.

Korean Council marks 40th anniversary

LOS ANGELES – Celebration surrounded the historic 41st annual meeting of the Council of Korean Southern Baptist Churches in America.

Messianic Fellowship to revise governing documents

ANAHEIM, Calif. (BP) – The Southern Baptist Messianic Fellowship determined at its annual meeting Sunday, June 12, at The Disciple Center in Anaheim, to revise its organizational documents to tighten its relationship with the Southern Baptist Convention.

Tony Evans to NAAF: Church has become more partisan than Christian

ANAHEIM, Calif. (BP) – Noted pastor and author Tony Evans likened the church of today to referees on a football field who have chosen sides.

SBC diversity has entered a new age, newly compiled data show

NASHVILLE (BP) – Alameda County, Calif., across the bay from San Francisco and including cities such as Oakland and Berkeley, probably wouldn’t be the first location Southern Baptists associate with a sign of the Convention’s future.

Native American pastor sees opportunity for spiritual awakening

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. (BP) – This November during Native American Heritage Month, pastor Mark Custalow has reflected not only on his own Native American heritage, but of his vision for spiritual awakening for all Native people.