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Alabama | Oct. 19 2000

American pen pals sought for students in China

The National Fellowship of Baptist Educators is seeking 2,000 Christians students grades 7-12 and in college to answer at least one letter each... [READ MORE]

Alabama Baptist Entities | Oct. 12 2000

Baptist News Briefs

Campers give $513,169 for missions Nashville, Tenn. – Nearly 54,000 teens attending Centrifuge and Ministry-Fuge camps this summer pitched... [READ MORE]

Alabama Baptist Entities | Oct. 12 2000

Baptist News Briefs

Campers give $513,169 for missions Nashville, Tenn. – Nearly 54,000 teens attending Centrifuge and Ministry-Fuge camps this summer pitched... [READ MORE]

Asia | Oct. 12 2000

Bombs explode in Tajikistan

Two powerful bombs exploded during a Christian church service in Tajikistan’s capital city of Dushanbe Oct. 1, leaving 10 members of the... [READ MORE]

Alabama Baptist Entities | Oct. 5 2000

Alabama missions team see success with Philippines trip

The Alabama group arrived at the Manila airport full of excitement at the prospect of holding a free medical clinic for needy Filipinos. Hopes... [READ MORE]

Asia | Sep. 28 2000

Seven nations named violators of religious freedom

For the second straight year, the U.S. State Department listed Burma, China, Iran, Iraq, Sudan, Serbia and the Taliban of Afghanistan as severe... [READ MORE]

Asia | Sep. 28 2000

Evangelicals fail to stop China trade bill

Congress’ annual review of China’s human rights record before granting the Beijing government favored trade status came to an end... [READ MORE]

Asia | Sep. 28 2000

Evangelicals fail to stop China trade bill

Congress’ annual review of China’s human rights record before granting the Beijing government favored trade status came to an end... [READ MORE]

Asia | Sep. 21 2000

Christian leader jailed in Uzbekistan, accused of having drugs

A Christian leader in western Uzbekistan’s autonomous Karakalpakstan region has been jailed since July 25, accused by local police of drug... [READ MORE]

Asia | Sep. 14 2000

Fiji: South Pacific’s shining star dimmed by social problems

The idyllic Fiji islands have long been a beacon to lovers of exotic locations — including Captain Bligh’s infamous crew who mutinied... [READ MORE]

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