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SEBTS introduces teacher licensure track, 5-year MA counseling plan

SEBTS Communications Staff
May 07 2021

The College at Southeastern has a new opportunity for students to be equipped to minister through teaching at a time when there is a shortage of licensed teachers in North Carolina and many parts of the nation... read more

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Southern Baptists join others in Mental Health Awareness month

Scott Barkley, Baptist Press
May 07 2021

Attention to mental health across the country increased over the last year due to the potential effects brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s a touchpoint, though, that has been gathering steam across the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) since 2013... read more

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As crisis continues in India, Send Relief brings aid

Natalie Sarrett, Send Relief
May 07 2021

Kiara and Aayush, an elderly couple living in a rural region of India, had already been ostracized from their community for being believers. There, on the top of a hill in an extremely remote village, they were forced to bear alone the weight of losing their 36-year-old son to COVID-19 complications... read more

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NAMB trustees celebrate Boston church planters, OK collegiate ministry assignment

Mike Ebert, NAMB
May 07 2021

During their spring meeting May 3-4, North American Mission Board (NAMB) trustees celebrated area church planters and unanimously passed a resolution asking the Southern Baptist Convention (SBC) to assign to NAMB the ministry assignment for reaching and mobilizing college and university students in North America... read more

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A fresh start with VBS

Jack Lucas, Illinois Baptist State Association
May 07 2021

In 2020, churches of the Illinois Baptist State Association reported a drastic decline in Vacation Bible School (VBS) enrollment. Churches saw 73 fewer people participate in VBS due to pandemic-related shutdowns... read more

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