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Top Stories | Nov. 1 2018

Churches’ employment practices allow ‘ministerial exception’

By Michael J. Brooks Correspondent, The Alabama Baptist Modern Baptists are like their colonial ancestors charged by the state with “dissenting... [READ MORE]

Top Stories | Oct. 31 2018

Sexual misconduct claims against Pressler, others dismissed

HOUSTON — Citing expiration of the statute of limitations, a Texas court has dismissed several defendants and multiple counts in a lawsuit... [READ MORE]

Top Stories | Oct. 31 2018

Alabama Baptist State Convention Program

Theme: Faithful / Nov. 13–14, 2018 / First Baptist Church, Trussville Tuesday Morning 8:30–11:50 PIANIST Frank Jones WORSHIP LEADER Keith... [READ MORE]

Top Stories | Oct. 30 2018

Nazareth Baptist School reaches young people of all faiths with gospel

By Carrie Brown McWhorter The Alabama Baptist A new school term officially kicked off in September, but the mission of teaching children and... [READ MORE]

Top Stories | Oct. 30 2018

UM’s 8th annual Project Serve ministers to communities in Mobile, Baldwin counties

Paint stroke by paint stroke, the images began to appear. Mardi Gras masks. The USS Alabama. Magnolia blossoms. And “Home of the Tigers,”... [READ MORE]

Top Stories | Oct. 29 2018

Rockford to host Fire in the Pulpit

For about three months, Jeff Fuller wrestled with something he felt like God was laying on his heart. “There are a lot of small church pastors... [READ MORE]

Africa | Oct. 29 2018

Terrorists vow to hold Sharibu a ‘slave for life’

DAPCHI, Nigeria — A terrorist group holding Christian schoolgirl Leah Sharibu hostage has vowed to keep her as a “slave for life.” The... [READ MORE]

Top Stories | Oct. 28 2018

Brent’s Bethel Baptist holds bicentennial celebration

The sanctuary at Bethel Baptist Church, Brent, in Bibb Baptist Association, was full as the church celebrated its 200th anniversary Oct. 14.... [READ MORE]

Top Stories | Oct. 28 2018

Labrador retrievers put their paws on the gospel

Johnny Morgan’s life has really gone to the dogs, and he couldn’t be happier. “I’m getting to use a passion of mine for God. It’s a... [READ MORE]

Middle East | Oct. 27 2018

Bethlehem mayor criticizes Netanyahu

BETHLEHEM — In an opinion piece published Oct. 15 in Israel’s Haaretz newspaper, Bethlehem Mayor Anton Salman suggested Israeli Prime Minister... [READ MORE]