Baptist Gear Up for Hurricane Ian Relief
In anticipation of Hurricane Ian, South Carolina and Georgia coastal residents braced for the storm’s final strike on Friday afternoon (Sept. 30), even as Floridians continued to grapple with the [...]
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Hotel Transformed Into One-Stop-Shop
Run by The United Methodist Church in Romania, the Hotel Hanul Fullton hosts numerous programs to help Ukrainian refugees, as well as the rest of the community. The hotel is [...]
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Catholic School Connects with Benedictine Roots
The tribespeople waited for her in anticipation. They knew that she would help them. And help them she did – bringing clothing, blankets, medicine, tobacco for the elders and other [...]
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Illinois Church Supports Ukrainian Missions
Since 2008, Donn and Joni Schaefer have organized 10 mission trips to Russia. They taught English in Siberia as a way to open discussions about the Gospel. But when the [...]
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Donnelly College Participates In “Day of Service”
Donnelly College’s “Day of Service”, held the Saturday morning before the start of school, found many of the college’s instructors and first-year students on campus bright and early. This special [...]
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Synod Sponsors Racial Reconciliation Group
Located at the Legacy Museum in Montgomery, Ala., the National Memorial for Peace and Justice, otherwise known as the National Lynching Memorial, consists 805 hanging steel rectangles that represent that [...]
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Houston Baptist University Changes Name
During an open forum held on Sept. 20, President Robert B. Sloan announced that Houston Baptist University had changed its name to Houston Christian University. Faculty, staff, past and present [...]
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Mercedarian Sisters Raise Therapy Dog
Twice a month, students at Sacred Heart of Jesus School in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, are visited by an 8-month-old Bernedoodle named Gia and a group of Mercedarian Sisters of the [...]
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Send Network Leader Participates in Triathlons
The goal: to glorify God by encouraging pastors and church planters by emphasizing longevity in their ministries. Hodges serves as a church planting leader in New England for Send Network, [...]
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Catholic Order Seeks to Open Missions House in China
Despite wanting to open a home in China, the head of the Missionaries of Charity congregation remains unwilling to compromise on its blue-striped white-cotton sari, the trademark habit of the [...]
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