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Hannibal LaGrange University board addresses $690,000 debt

HANNIBAL, Mo. (BP) – Steps taken during a March 11 board of trustees meeting will keep Hannibal LaGrange University operational through the end of the fiscal year, Chairman Mark Anderson told Baptist Press March 16, and address a $690,000 debt while preparing the Missouri Baptist Convention-affiliated school for the future.

El capellán de la policía de Vermont pierde su puesto debido a presiones externas

MONTPELIER, VT. (BP) – Los primeros seis meses de Pete “Chap” Taraski en la capital del estado de Vermont incluyeron desafíos, tanto como pastor de Resurrection Baptist Church como líder cristiano conservador en uno de los enclaves más progresistas del país.

Why there is a shortage of student ministers and what can be done about it

NASHVILLE (BP) – Richard Ross has decades of experience when it comes to student ministry. And today, he’s observing a troubling trend.

Dos años después, la solidez del Programa Cooperativo desmiente las funestas predicciones sobre la pandemia

NASHVILLE (BP) – Las predicciones económicas eran nefastas cuando la mayoría de las iglesias y empresas cerraron efectivamente sus operaciones presenciales a mediados de marzo de 2020. Sin embargo, las sombrías previsiones sobre los efectos que tendría COVID-19 en las donaciones benéficas en su conjunto no se cumplieron.

Vermont police chaplain loses position after outside pressure

MONTPELIER, VT. (BP) – Pete “Chap” Taraski’s first six months in Vermont’s state capital has included challenges, both as pastor of Resurrection Baptist Church and a conservative Christian leader in one of the country’s most progressive enclaves.

Two years in, Cooperative Program strength disproves dire pandemic predictions

NASHVILLE (BP) – Economic predictions were dire when most churches and businesses effectively shut down in-person operations in mid-March 2020. However, the gloomy forecasts about the effects COVID-19 would have on charitable giving as a whole didn’t pan out.

Georgia youth volunteer among those arrested for sexual exploitation of children

CAVE SPRING, Ga. (BP) – A youth ministry volunteer in a rural northwest Georgia church allegedly molested and coached a child in how to act in videos, according to police following a two-day sweep that resulted in seven arrests.

Church’s community garden brings big yield in second year

PHOENIX (BP) – Growing connections in their transitional north Phoenix neighborhood proved a challenge. To fix it, Andrew Bailey and Cross Church decided to put down some roots.

Scholarship established to honor Southwestern alumnus and evangelist Wade Morris

FORT WORTH, Texas (BP) – Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and the widow of Wade Morris are partnering to establish a scholarship in honor of the SWBTS alum and evangelist.

Chitwood: Polish Baptists helping refugees with everything they have, literally

CHELM, Poland (BP) – Bus after bus arrived at the border, filled with women and children, separated from husbands and fathers. Most men stayed behind, now needed in cities and towns throughout the Ukrainian countryside. The grief of those who fled was palpable.