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Kentucky church looks ahead after ‘total devastation’

Brandon Porter, Baptist Press
January 18 2022

Members of one of the oldest churches and the only African American Southern Baptist church in Mayfield are finding ways to look ahead despite the sorrow of the Dec. 10 storms that brought significant damage to their small town... read more


Annie Armstrong Easter Offering promotional materials available

Baptist Press Staff
January 18 2022

Promotional materials designed for churches to use as they collect the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering for North American missions are now available at AnnieArmstrong.com/resources. Bulletin inserts, prayer guides, collection envelopes and other materials can be either downloaded or ordered directly from the site... read more


Bush’s pro-life legacy even greater than Reagan’s, Land says

Michael Foust, The Alabama Baptist
January 18 2022

(EDITOR’S NOTE – This article was first published in Baptist Press Jan. 19, 2009.) Richard Land has high regard for former President Ronald Reagan, but he believes President George W. Bush will go down as the top pro-life president in recent history... read more


New Skillet album a ‘positive rebellion’ against fear

Timothy Cockes, Baptist Press
January 18 2022

Christian band Skillet released a new album Jan. 14 that lead singer John Cooper said represents a “positive rebellion,” against forces influencing Christians to live in fear. The album, titled “Dominion,” is the 11th studio release for the highly successful rock band... read more


We gotta talk to each other

Chris Turner, Tennessee Baptist Mission Board
January 18 2022

Sam pointed across the road to the spot about 50 yards away where he first heard the distinctive “pop” of tear gas canisters fired at the long line of marchers descending from the Edmund Pettus Bridge... read more