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Administration Issues | Jan. 18 2001

Churches ‘often’ polarize over internal matters

After winning the presidency by a paper-thin margin and navigating weeks of legal maneuvers over the outcome, President-elect George W. Bush... [READ MORE]

Administration Issues | Aug. 17 2000

Kelley retiring from First, Talladega

Curtis A. Kelley may be officially retiring from his pastoral duties at First Baptist Church, Talladega, Aug. 31, but he plans to continue doing... [READ MORE]

Alabama Baptist Entities | Jun. 15 2000

Evangelical leaders support ‘right to evangelize’ in pluralistic society

  Dozens of evangelical leaders have voiced their support for a new statement declaring the right to evangelize in a pluralistic society.... [READ MORE]

Churches | May. 11 2000

Ex-seminary president faces charges

A former president of a seminary in Europe will resign his Florida church amid allegations he misappropriated approximately $184,000 in church... [READ MORE]

Alabama News | Feb. 3 2000

Revival can free America, Avant

America is a nation imprisoned, but God wants to bring revival, said John Avant, pastor of New Hope Baptist Church in Fayetteville, Ga. Speaking... [READ MORE]

Alabama News | Feb. 3 2000

Traylor challenges members to do churches’ ‘dirty work’

There’s dirty work to be done if a church is growing,” said Ted Traylor, pastor of Olive Baptist Church, Pensacola, Fla. Traylor... [READ MORE]

Administration Issues | Jan. 20 2000

Wedgwood takes donation from family of gunman

“It is good to know that God is with us even in the line of fire.” This is one of the few visible expressions of grief and faith... [READ MORE]

Administration Issues | Jan. 1 2000

Pulitzer winners tie domestic abuse to Christianity

The South Carolina newspaper that won this year's Pulitzer Prize for public service journalism has drawn criticism for linking the Palmetto... [READ MORE]

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