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Baptist church strives to help Afghan Muslim find welcome and work

Baptist church strives to help Afghan Muslim find welcome and work

An Afghan physician who served as an interpreter for the U.S. military in Afghanistan fled the revenge-seeking Taliban for a better life in the United States. NorthHaven Church in Norman, Okla., has welcomed him to worship and is trying to help him find work.

Baptist Briefs: African-American Baptist group protests TV show

Baptist Briefs: African-American Baptist group protests TV show

The Progressive National Baptist Convention is mounting a petition drive seeking removal of the television comedy Black Jesus, which its leaders say disrespects their faith tradition.

Baptist Briefs: Conferences take opposing views on homosexual behavior

Baptist Briefs: Conferences take opposing views on homosexual behavior

Two upcoming conferences focusing on homosexuality involve Baptists, but they take drastically different approaches to the subject.

ABPnews/Herald becomes Baptist News Global

ABPnews/Herald becomes Baptist News Global

ABPnews/Herald has become Baptist News Global. The rebrand completes a merger between two Baptist news organizations launched one year ago.

Denominational innovation may signal future

Denominational innovation may signal future

Shifting demographics, disinterest in denominational identity, and a pluralistic and digitally networked culture are inspiring Baptist organizations to embrace the creativity and flexibility that will define denominational bodies of the future.

Baptist Briefs: African Baptists to pray for Ebola crisis

Baptist Briefs: African Baptists to pray for Ebola crisis

The All-Africa Baptist Fellowship set aside Sunday, Oct. 12, to focus prayer on the Ebola outbreak, which to date has claimed more than 3,000 lives across West Africa.

Baptist Briefs: SBC rejects ‘Third-Way’ church

Baptist Briefs: SBC rejects ‘Third-Way’ church

The Southern Baptist Convention’s Executive Committee voted unanimously to declare New Heart Community Church in La Mirada, Calif., not in “friendly cooperation” with the SBC’s purpose.

Time to fix broken immigration system, Paynter insists

Time to fix broken immigration system, Paynter insists

It’s time to explore new strategies to fix the nation’s broken immigration system, Cooperative Baptist Fellowship Executive Coordinator Suzii Paynter told a group of religion writers.

Southern Baptist pastor compensation not keeping up with inflation

Southern Baptist pastor compensation not keeping up with inflation

Compensation for full-time Southern Baptist pastors has not kept pace with inflation over the past two years, while salaries for other full-time ministers and office staff increased at a rate higher than national inflation.

Baptist Briefs: California convention expels ‘Third Way’ church

Baptist Briefs: California convention expels ‘Third Way’ church

The California Southern Baptist Convention’s Executive Board voted to withdraw fellowship from a church whose pastor says he believes homosexual acts are not always sinful.

Baptist Briefs: Liberian Baptists increase efforts in Ebola battle

Baptist Briefs: Liberian Baptists increase efforts in Ebola battle

Baptists in Liberia are ramping up their response to the deadly Ebola virus outbreak that has killed more than 2,100 people in five West African countries.

Chick-fil-A founder Truett Cathy dies at 93

Chick-fil-A founder Truett Cathy dies at 93

Chick-fil-A founder S. Truett Cathy, a devout Southern Baptist layman known for building his business empire on principles of his Christian faith, died Sept. 8 at age 93.

Race & relevancy among challenges facing black Baptist leaders

Race & relevancy among challenges facing black Baptist leaders

Recent shootings of black men present challenges to new leaders of four of the nation’s largest African-American Baptist denominations, which observers say must become champions for racial reforms in America.

Baptist Briefs: BWA allocates funds for persecuted Iraqi Christians

Baptist Briefs: BWA calls for aid to Iraqi Christians

The Baptist World Alliance issued a call for Baptists and other Christians to provide funds to help Iraqi Christians displaced by war, and the global organization has sent an initial donation of $20,000 for that cause.

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Federal magistrate recommends dismissal of Glorieta lawsuit

A federal magistrate in Albuquerque, N.M., recommended the U.S. District Court dismiss suits filed by leaseholders of property at Glorieta Conference Center against LifeWay Christian Resources and other parties.

 
 
 
 
 
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