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CenturyMen disbanding after 53 years of choral Gospel ministry

LOUDON, Tenn. (BP) –John Condra recalls the first rehearsal of The CenturyMen, a 100-member male chorus organized in 1969 in the days of the Southern Baptist Radio and Television Commission (RTC).

Fisk Jubilee Singers director led toward ‘new millennium’

NASHVILLE – Paul Kwami and the Fisk Jubilee Singers were part of an unusual cohort of Gospel Music Hall of Fame inductees in 2000.

‘Called to Care’: Southern Baptist nursing school addresses nursing shortage

HATTIESBURG, Miss. (BP) – Addressing the shortage of nurses that has worsened in the U.S. since the COVID-19 pandemic is a mission and ministry of William Carey University (WCU), a Southern Baptist-supported school based in Mississippi.

Ouachita Baptist defensive lineman Clark Yarbrough dies

ARKADELPHIA, Ark. (BP) – Ouachita Baptist University senior Clark Yarbrough, a 21-year-old starting defensive lineman on the school’s football team, died Sunday morning, Sept. 4, after a sudden collapse.

Pruitt sees an opportunity to reach Gen Z

NASHVILLE (BP) – Shane Pruitt, national Next Gen director for the North American Mission Board (NAMB), says churches now more than ever have the opportunity to step into the brokenness of Generation Z with the hope of the Gospel. 

Americans believe suicide is an epidemic, not pathway to hell

NASHVILLE (BP) — Most Americans say suicide has become an epidemic in the United States, and few say people who commit suicide automatically go to hell.

Kendrick Brothers’ ‘Lifemark’ spotlights beauty of adoption

NASHVILLE (BP) – When David Scotton’s birth mother contacted him 18 years after placing him for adoption, the first thing he wanted to do was thank her for giving him life.

Yelp’s disclaimer concerning pregnancy support centers questioned

NASHVILLE (BP) – The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission expressed its objections Thursday to a new policy by the website Yelp that the Southern Baptist entity said casts doubt on the medical qualifications of pregnancy resource centers.

FIRST-PERSON: 6 ways social media affects your ministry and how to steward it well

DALLAS (BP) – Social media has fundamentally changed the way we communicate with one another. Thoughts are broadcast to followers in a matter of seconds, generating quick public criticism or praise.

Stallings of ‘War Room’ fame finds choice role in First Leesburg’s ‘No Vacancy’

LEESBURG, Fla. (BP) – Love, listen and love again. That’s the formula Christian actor T.C. Stallings of “War Room” fame uses in describing the journey of agape love depicted in his latest film, “No Vacancy.”