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Baptist women work together in social justice initiatives

After a five-year retirement, Thomasina needed to return to work. Yet, she lacked computer skills for today’s jobs. She soon got a fresh start at Women Mentoring Women, a six-week course designed to help equip unemployed and underemployed women. Building

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GWU Graduate Surprised by Military Sons During Ceremony

BOILING SPRINGS, N.C. – Dolly Wilson is accustomed to a long-distance relationship with her two adult sons. Both men have served in the U.S. Air Force for a combined 23 years (and most recently overseas). Wilson had already made peace

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Technology is risky but helpful, pastors say

One of the challenges facing the church today is the culture of technology, said Baptist World Alliance (BWA) General Secretary Neville Callam. Baptist World Alliance Callam was speaking May 22 at a reception he hosted for pastors in the Washington

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Gardner-Webb Students Dive Headfirst into the Local Foods Movement

Gardner-Webb students have lately grown increasingly interested in the local foods movement.  So this spring, Stephanie Richey, GWU’s community engagement coordinator and local foods aficionado, decided to capitalize. By Noel Manning “Gardner-Webb’s Office of Christian Life and Service Read more

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