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Asian American leaders address reopening, racial tension

Liz Tablazon, BR Assistant Editor
May 29 2020

“As your people struggle with fear, with anxiety, even with shame, lead them in crying out to God and to express honestly your emotions, even while you express your trust in His control over our lives,” Geoff Chang said to Asian American leaders. read more

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Police shoot, arrest man after he interrupted church service

Dianna L. Cagle, BR Assistant Editor
May 29 2020

A worship service at Oak Grove Baptist Church in Waxhaw, N.C., ended early Sunday morning after a disturbance by a neighbor led to a police-involved shooting. Pastor Rich Myers told the Biblical Recorder the church bears “no ill will” toward their neighbor... read more

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'Chair for one': Creating community for singles as onsite worship resumes

Diana Chandler, Baptist Press
May 29 2020

Singles ministry consultant Paul "P.J." Dunn has visited several churches planning to resume onsite worship during the COVID-19 pandemic. "So there's no chair for one?" Dunn asked one pastor who was grouping sanctuary chairs for social distancing... read more

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Brooklyn grocery ministry meets needs of hurting, minority community

Tess Schoonhoven, Baptist Press
May 29 2020

Mosaic Baptist Church is a six-year-old North American Mission Board-sponsored church plant that runs about 40 people. But though the church is small, the impact it has had in hard-hit Brooklyn during the COVID-19 pandemic has been big... read more

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Baise, Flatt to serve as co-directors of Augustine Honors Collegium at Boyce College

Forrest Strickland, SBTS
May 29 2020

Bryan Baise and Tyler Flatt will co-direct the Augustine Honors Collegium at Boyce College. The Augustine Honors Collegium is an interdisciplinary program that strives to produce graduates dedicated to the life of the mind, to serving the church and to the common good... read more