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EL SEGUNDO, Calif. (BP) -- Mattel's new gender-fluid Creatable World doll can be harmful to children confused about their gender and will likely flop on the market, Christian experts told Baptist Press. more
TIJUANA, Mexico (BP) -- The two adult sisters risked their lives in a months-long journey from Cameroon in Central Africa to Tijuana, Mexico. Southern Baptist pastor Marshal Ausberry was surprised to see them at the Southern U.S. border seeking asylum in America. more
FANCY FARM, Ky. (KT) - Ian Carrico, the pastor of Beulah Baptist Church in a small west Kentucky community, likes doing evangelism the old-fashioned way. more
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (KT) – The nine-member mission team from Ninth & O Baptist Church is making a four-hour drive to the airport Saturday morning and hope to get on flights out of the country on Sunday. more
WASHINGTON (BP) -- The Southern Baptist Convention's church-state entity has joined other religious organizations in urging the Supreme Court to reconsider a nearly 30-year-old decision they say subverted the free exercise of religion. more
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (KT) – Randy Irons, the Associational Missions Strategist of the Union Association and longtime Baptist pastor, died Sunday after a prolonged battle with cancer. more
NASHVILLE (BP) -- The Southern Baptist Convention is built upon relationships between local churches, associations, state conventions and national entities. A new change to church tracking could help strengthen those relationships and provide more information to better reach communities with the Gospel. more
DURHAM, N.C. (BP) -- For several years now, I have been greatly burdened by the declining number of baptisms across the Southern Baptist Convention. I believe the baptism numbers serve as one of the best indicators of evangelism in our churches. more
ASHLAND, Ky. (KT) – LifeSong Church, which started as a “high impact” church through the Kentucky Baptist Convention in 2006, isn’t done making an impact in northeastern Kentucky or even where it first started. more
It all began in 1869 when women of the Ladies Aid Society of Walnut Street Baptist Church founded the Louisville Baptist Orphan’s Home on June 30 to embrace the orphans of the Civil War. more
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