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Latest News | Jul. 24 2018

TAB takes top honors for niche publication, writing in APA annual contest

  The Alabama Baptist won four awards in this year’s Alabama Press Association (APA) Better Newspaper Contest. “We appreciate the affirmation... [READ MORE]

Latest News | Jul. 20 2018

Piedmont’s Faith Baptist loses fellowship hall to fire

Members of Faith Baptist Church, Piedmont, in Cherokee Baptist Association, were upbeat after a fire destroyed the church’s fellowship hall... [READ MORE]

Latest News | Jul. 16 2018

REVIEW: ‘Won’t You Be My Neighbor?’ is a must-watch movie for our uncivil society

By Michael Foust If you believe what the experts say about success in television, then “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” never should... [READ MORE]

Events Promotion | Jul. 14 2018

Active Shooter Preparedness Workshop set for Aug. 14

Active shooter incidents are unpredictable and evolve quickly. Knowing what to do can be the difference between life and death. To help security... [READ MORE]

Latest News | Jul. 13 2018

International Mission Board experiences data breach but no indication of misuse

By Seth Brown North Carolina’s Biblical Recorder A data breach occurred at the International Mission Board (IMB) that may have exposed... [READ MORE]

Latest News | Jul. 13 2018

Former Baptist missionary charged with sexual assault

Mark Aderholt, a former International Mission Board (IMB) missionary and more recently a former employee of the South Carolina Baptist Convention,... [READ MORE]

Latest News | Jul. 10 2018

Alabama missions teams home from Haiti

Two church vans are currently bringing the 14-member missions team from First Baptist Church, Russellville, home. They landed in the Atlanta... [READ MORE]

Latest News | Jul. 10 2018

Roanoke pastor and wife in stable condition after head-on car crash resulting in one fatality

A Roanoke pastor and his wife are in stable condition in an Atlanta hospital after a head-on car crash July 8 that killed the other driver. Jeff... [READ MORE]

Latest News | Jul. 9 2018

Plans in place for missions teams stuck in Haiti to return home

Two Alabama youth groups stuck in Haiti because of violent protests in the country anticipate returning home tomorrow afternoon or by mid-week... [READ MORE]

Latest News | Jul. 7 2018

FBC Russellville missions team sheltering in place in Haiti

By Grace Thornton The Alabama Baptist A missions team from First Baptist Church, Russellville, is stuck in Haiti right now, safe but unable to... [READ MORE]