Baptist News


Alabama Baptist Entities | Sep. 21 2000

Alabamians spread word in Venezuela

This summer, 54 Alabama Baptists –including 19 pastors—traveled to Venezuela to minister to Baptist churches in this partner country.... [READ MORE]

Alabama News | Sep. 21 2000

South Park continues tradition of racial harmony

The festive air at South Park Baptist Church’s recent pastor installation service resembled a wedding more than a church meeting.    ... [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]

Alabama Baptist Entities | Sep. 21 2000

Birmingham’s M-Power ministry ‘first of its kind’

Imagine having to choose between paying rent or taking your sick child to the doctor. As medical and insurance costs rise, this tough choice,... [READ MORE]

Books | Sep. 21 2000

LifeWay trustees adopt record operating budget

Trustees of LifeWay Christian Resources adopted a record operating budget for 2000-01, approved major capital expenditures and reviewed plans... [READ MORE]

Alabama News | Sep. 14 2000

2000 state convention to focus on evangelism

Sept. 14, 2000 Alabama Baptists attending the 2000 Alabama Baptist State Convention annual meeting will find new opportunities in evangelism... [READ MORE]

Churches | Sep. 14 2000

Lone Southern Baptist couple strengthen evangelistic efforts in Fiji

Fiji is a natural fit for Mark and Fran Wakefield who serve as Southern Baptist missionaries in the tropical island setting. Mark is acquainted... [READ MORE]

Environmental Issues | Sep. 14 2000

New polls find strong families top priority lists

A new poll finds that most Americans believe strengthening families is a greater priority than having a cleaner environment or increasing job... [READ MORE]

Alabama News | Sep. 14 2000

Morgan Association prepares to say ‘aloha’ to Hawaii, hopes work there will continue

Morgan County and Kauai, Hawaii, have had a close relationship for the last four years. As the two Baptist associations prepare to bring their... [READ MORE]

Gender/Sexual Issues | Sep. 14 2000

Paper sued after firing former homosexual

RALEIGH, N.C. — The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is suing a North Carolina newspaper for firing a former homosexual.... [READ MORE]

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