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Latest News | Oct. 19 2017

PEW STUDY: MORE AMERICANS SAY THEY ARE GOOD WITHOUT GOD

By Michael Smith An increasing number of Americans don’t equate belief in God with having morality and good values, according new Pew Research... [READ MORE]

Top Stories | Oct. 19 2017

Ministry of presence big part of disaster relief work

By Carrie Brown McWhorter The Alabama Baptist Alabama Baptist Disaster Relief (ABDR) teams across the state were on alert as Hurricane Nate made... [READ MORE]

Top Stories | Oct. 18 2017

Exemption to contraception mandate expanded to any employer, insurer

Employers who object to the Affordable Care Act’s abortion/contraception mandate on the grounds of their convictions were given a big leg up... [READ MORE]

Top Stories | Oct. 18 2017

US Attorney General Sessions issues federal memo reaffirming religious freedom

By Margaret Colson Correspondent, The Alabama Baptist U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a memorandum Oct. 6 outlining 20 principles... [READ MORE]

Top Stories | Oct. 17 2017

Gay coffee shop owner kicks Christians out

A gay coffee shop owner in Seattle recently kicked a group of Christians out of his café, Bedlam Coffee, after learning they had been distributing... [READ MORE]

Top Stories | Oct. 17 2017

How one man’s understanding, convictions led to worldwide reform

By Rob Jackson Special to The Alabama Baptist On Oct. 31, 1517, Martin Luther nailed the 95 Theses on the Wittenberg Castle Church door. Luther’s... [READ MORE]

Top Stories | Oct. 16 2017

Pastor banned from club over marriage views

COTTESLOE, Australia — An Australian tennis legend who is now a Pentecostal pastor has been kicked out of her local tennis club after expressing... [READ MORE]

Top Stories | Oct. 16 2017

Alabama churches use car shows for outreach, service, missions funding

By Martha Simmons Correspondent, The Alabama Baptist Churches throughout Alabama have found an effective way to rev up their community outreach:... [READ MORE]

Top Stories | Oct. 16 2017

Thriving Hispanic ministry partnership crosses county lines

By Grace Thornton The Alabama Baptist There are a lot of lines being crossed down in Elmore and Autauga Baptist associations but everyone seems... [READ MORE]

Africa | Oct. 15 2017

Witch doctors sacrifice children in Uganda

KATABI, Uganda — Jackline Mukisa sobbed as she described how her 8-year-old son was found in a nearby swamp in February without teeth, lips,... [READ MORE]

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