American Baptist missionaries gathered with faith leaders on both sides of U.S.-Mexico border to pray for children fleeing violence in Central America.

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Churches in Napa, Calif., are already busy serving quake victims in their communities, while national Baptist disaster-relief agencies stand ready with funds, people and equipment.

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American Baptist Churches USA no longer recognizes the ordination of a pastor charged with bilking the elderly.

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Too many innocents killed as perpetrators refuse ways of peace, says Roy Medley.

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While the government cannot subsidize religion, nothing prohibits the state from choosing to leave the church alone, claims a brief backed by faith groups.

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Being ranked high in Bible reading and devotion isn't as important as living the life Christ wants his followers to have, pastors down South and back East say.

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Leaders of national Baptist disaster-relief efforts say recent twisters and other storms have created damage more common to hurricanes that require a wide distribution of volunteers, equipment and money.

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American Baptist Churches USA and Texas Baptists have issued calls for volunteers for projects around the nation.

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The company’s policy of giving back to communities that grow its products is aiding an American Baptist couple’s 25-year mission to improve lives in rural Thailand.

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Wednesday, 19 March 2014 11:28

Pastor accused of bilking elderly

Police in Connecticut say “Pastor Bob” Genevicz is a con man who stole hundreds of thousands of dollars from senior adults.

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