The Virginia Baptist Mission Board has allocated funds to Liberia and is working with a group of Liberian expatriates in Virginia.

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The schools include two of the state’s largest and one of its oldest.

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Assessment suggests mosquito net distribution is reducing killer disease in Ghana.

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Everything from government red tape to American attitudes against immigrants pose difficulties to Baptist relief groups seeking to help thousands of immigrant children on U.S.-Mexico border.

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Virginia Baptists celebrate 10 years as supporters of churches with multiple campuses, as the multisite movement cracks the 8,000-congregation mark nationally.

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Fewer numbers at the Baptist World Alliance’s two signature events have strained financial resources, the BWA’s general secretary said.

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FREDERICKSBURG, Va. -- Nearly 150 people received copies of the newly-published Church Management Guidebook at a Nov. 17 luncheon hosted by the Virginia Baptist Mission Board’s support services team during the annual meeting of the Baptist General Association of Virginia.

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PORT SULPHUR, La. -- Virginia Baptists concluded their more than two-year assistance to south Louisiana’s victims of Hurricane Katrina with a Sept. 26-27 celebration at Port Sulphur Baptist Church -- one of the congreations hardest hit and the focus of dozens of Virginia Baptist mission teams.
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Like Hamlet, everyone must face the difficult task of choosing how to respond to the situations confronting them every day. For every believer, whose life is influenced by the veracity and guidance of the word of God, the “to-be-or-not-to-be” question demands a response.
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Regional YEC draws more than 375 youth from across Southwest Virginia to Dublin.

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