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‘I cried all day’: Buffalo church, community grieve supermarket massacre

Diana Chandler, Baptist Press
May 17 2022

Four miles from the Tops Friendly Markets mass shooting May 14, North Buffalo Community Church pastor William Smith is comforting a crying community. Church member Cashell Durham lost her baby brother Aaron Salter in the massacre—a 55-year-old retired Buffalo police officer and Tops security guard, who was among the four employees killed... read more


Send Relief features Family Advocacy Ministry during Foster Care Awareness Month

Brandon Elrod, NAMB
May 17 2022

At any given moment, an estimated 400,000 U.S. children and teens are in foster care. There also happens to be roughly that many churches across the United States. “Foster care impacts every community in the U... read more


‘Every square inch of the universe belongs to King Jesus,’ Akin tells graduates

Chad Burchett, SEBTS
May 17 2022

On May 13, Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) and The College at Southeastern celebrated the graduation of 319 college and seminary students in Binkley Chapel. Graduates represented more than 30 states and 20 countries... read more


Moldovan Baptists take sheets off their beds for Ukrainian refugees

Caroline Anderson, IMB
May 17 2022

Since Russia began its invasion of Ukraine, Moldova, a small and impoverished nation bordering Ukraine, has received an estimated one refugee for every 25 Moldovans. Most refugees are being housed and cared for by churches in the Moldovan Baptist Union... read more


Ukraine relief tops $10 million; 5 ways Southern Baptists are helping

Natalie Sarrett, Send Relief
May 16 2022

As stories of tragedy and heartache continue to emerge from the ongoing crisis in Ukraine, Send Relief is grateful for the generosity and commitment of Southern Baptists to help Christian brothers and sisters and other refugees in Eastern Europe... read more


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