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Alabama Baptist Entities | Nov. 10 2016

Historical Commission reminds churches about importance of their own story

By Grace Thornton Correspondent, The Alabama Baptist Lonette Berg has put more than 368,000 miles on her blue Honda CRV. She’s burned up Alabama’s... [READ MORE]

Latest News | Nov. 10 2016

Religion not same as political agenda, Moore says

If the Religious Right is to survive, it must embrace a “gospel-centered” evangelicalism that articulates why and how Christianity matters... [READ MORE]

Europe | Nov. 10 2016

Muslim refugees in Athens give up all they know for Christ

By David Crabb Mobilization and development director, Training Leaders International The spirit of Athens, Greece, lies at the crossroads between... [READ MORE]

Alabama Baptist Entities | Nov. 3 2016

First-ever history book of The Alabama Baptist now available for pre-order

After 175 years of continuous ministry, the first book devoted to the history of The Alabama Baptist newspaper will be published in a four-color... [READ MORE]

Europe | Nov. 3 2016

Making Christ known in cities like London may be avenue for worldwide change

By Bob Terry Editor, The Alabama Baptist Phil Barnard describes London as a “post-Christian society.” Then with determination in his voice,... [READ MORE]

Alabama News | Nov. 3 2016

After two years of seeing Alabama Baptists at work, Coleman to pass gavel

By Grace Thornton Correspondent, The Alabama Baptist Come Nov. 16, it’ll be time for Travis Coleman to hand over the gavel as Alabama Baptist... [READ MORE]

Top Stories | Nov. 3 2016

Muslim mobs exhume Protestant’s body twice

JALAL-ABAD, Kyrgyzstan — Mobs in Kyrgyzstan’s western Jalal-Abad region dug up the body of deceased protestant Kanygul Satybaldiyeva twice... [READ MORE]

Africa | Nov. 3 2016

Nigerian massacres kill nearly 50 Christians

GODOGODO, Nigeria — Muslim Fulani herdsmen killed more than 40 Christians in an attack on Godogodo in northern Nigeria on Oct. 15 and left... [READ MORE]

Africa | Nov. 3 2016

Kenyan church fearful after Islamic attack

MANDERA, Kenya — Church members in a northeastern town in Kenya fear for their lives after six people died in a gun and grenade attack by Islamic... [READ MORE]

Middle East | Nov. 3 2016

Open Doors hopes Christians will one day return to Iraq, Syria

It’s no secret that Iraq and Syria have become tough places for Christians to live in recent years. But the departure of Christians from the... [READ MORE]

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