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Top Stories | Apr. 18 2019

Christian mother in Pakistan forcibly converted, married, tortured

Returning home from a night shift at a call center on the outskirts of Islamabad, Pakistan, on Feb. 25, Naveed Iqbal learned from his sons that... [READ MORE]

Top Stories | Apr. 17 2019

What to know about the upcoming SBC annual meeting

By Grace Thornton The Alabama Baptist It’s a historic year for Alabama Baptists — possibly the first time the state has hosted the Southern... [READ MORE]

Top Stories | Apr. 17 2019

U.S. Department of Justice gives Alabama 49 days to fix ‘broken,’ ‘inhumane’ prisons

By Martha Simmons Correspondent, The Alabama Baptist Alabama’s state prison system — considered the nation’s deadliest — is “broken”... [READ MORE]

Top Stories | Apr. 16 2019

First set of TAB staff members trained for Alabama Baptist Disaster Relief

Three members of The Alabama Baptist (TAB) staff were trained in Alabama Baptist Disaster Relief (ABDR) on April 5–6.  This is the first group... [READ MORE]

Top Stories | Apr. 16 2019

SBDR volunteers aid asylum seekers in NM

At the request of city and federal agencies faith-based organizations in Albuquerque, New Mexico, including the Baptist Convention of New Mexico,... [READ MORE]

Top Stories | Apr. 16 2019

Preparing children’s hearts for the agony, glory of Easter

By Denise George Correspondent, The Alabama Baptist Easter — the time each spring when we pause to remember Jesus’ agony and death, and celebrate... [READ MORE]

Top Stories | Apr. 16 2019

7 Alabama cities host Bible Reading Marathons for National Day of Prayer

Alabamians will gather again soon at several locations across the state to read the Bible nonstop. The around-the-clock readings are in conjunction... [READ MORE]

Top Stories | Apr. 15 2019

Christ’s light shines amid physical, spiritual darkness in Venezuela

Representatives of Baptist Global Relief (BGR) and the International Mission Board are seeking ways to help Venezuela as most parts of the country... [READ MORE]

Top Stories | Apr. 14 2019

Rise in attacks on French churches reflects ignorance of religion 

Sometimes it’s a cross of human excrement smeared on a church wall with stolen Communion hosts stuck at the four corners.  Other times a statue... [READ MORE]

Top Stories | Apr. 14 2019

Crowd-funding health care: Cost and conscience drive health care sharing ministries

By Martha Simmons Correspondent, The Alabama Baptist More than nine years after the enactment of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), state and federal... [READ MORE]

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