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‘Fore the gospel’: Southern Baptist pastor and professor enjoys volunteering at PGA Championship

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (BP) — As a pastor and evangelism professor, Tim Beougher is always looking for opportunities to share the gospel. This week, though, he has spent time on God’s creation — the outdoors and golf — with the desire to be an ambassador for his city.

Most Americans see no moral, spiritual good in AI, State of the Bible finds

PHILADELPHIA (BP) – Most Americans don’t see a moral or spiritual benefit to artificial intelligence (AI), the American Bible Society (ABS) said May 9 in the latest release from its 2024 State of the Bible.

‘Galling lack of concern’ at the center of W.Va. transgender athlete controversy, church says

BRIDGEPORT, West Va. (BP) — Simpson Creek Baptist Church’s record in defending free speech goes back further than the United States itself.

SBC DIGEST: ‘She Reads Truth Bible’ sells 1 million; Geraldine Ragan dies

CSB ‘She Reads Truth Bible’ hits 1 million copies; Christian ventriloquist Geraldine Ragan dies at 76.

West Virginia church issues statement of support for member and student-athlete affected by transgender case

BRIDGEPORT, W.Va. (BP) – A young member of a Southern Baptist church is involved in a West Virginia case about a transgender student and athletics that could have national ramifications.

As pro sports goes all-in on gambling, society is left to count the true cost

NASHVILLE (BP) – “Welcome to the 2027 NFL Draft! We’re coming to you from the Caesar’s Sportsbook Stage, courtesy of BetMGM, with additional commentary from the DraftKings desk back in the studio. But as we watch the FanDuel blimp circling above the festivities, we first have this word from Genius Sports, the exclusive sports betting data provider of the NFL.”

Grammy winner Mandisa, former Lifeway worship leader, dies at 47

NASHVILLE (BP) – Grammy Award-winning contemporary Christian singer Mandisa Lynn Hundley, a former Lifeway Christian Resources employee and top-10 American Idol finisher, was found dead April 18 at her Nashville home, her publicist announced on social media.

West Virginia transgender sports ban discriminates against teen athlete, appeals court says

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia's transgender sports ban violates the rights of a teen athlete under Title IX, the federal civil rights law that prohibits sex-based discrimination in schools, an appeals court ruled Tuesday (April 16).

NAIA schools applaud policy over transgender athletes

NASHVILLE (BP) — A number of schools associated with the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) have expressed support over a policy approved by the group’s Council of Presidents stating that only student-athletes whose biological sex is female may participate in female sports.

‘Jesus’ in sign language set for local premiere, broader release in works

ARLINGTON, Texas (BP) -- A new version of the Jesus Film, performed in American Sign Language (ASL) by Deaf actors and crew members, premieres April 4 at the Deaf Missions Conference in Arlington, Texas, its promoters have announced.