Thawing relations between the U.S. and Cuba follows relationships that have been building for years between Baptists in the two countries.

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A new poll says a New York grand jury’s refusal to indict a white police officer in a black man’s death is galvanizing public opinion across racial lines in a way that a similar controversy in Ferguson, Mo., did not.

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An American Baptist church in Boulder, Colo., was on the brink of closing when a radical redesign of worship, staff and social media presence created the conditions for “resurrection.”

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Curtis Ramsey-Lucas begins Nov. 4 as head of a faith outreach arm of the American Association of People with Disabilities. The job is part time, and he will continue to work for the domestic mission agency of the American Baptist Churches USA.

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The American Baptist Churches USA has allocated $120,000 for food, medical supplies and educational resources in the Ebola crisis.

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Andover Newton Theological School and Wake Forest University School of Divinity are among 10 U.S. seminaries awarded a total of $1.5 million in grants to integrate science and theological education.

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Growing up in the Congo gives two missionaries unique insights into the patriarchal,  impoverished culture of Haiti, where they have served nearly 20 years.

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The All-Africa Baptist Fellowship, a region of the Baptist World Alliance, has declared Oct. 12, 2014, as Ebola Sunday.

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The board of directors of American Baptist International Ministries adopted resolutions Sept. 11 in response to a global rise in anti-Semitism and anti-Muslim prejudice.

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In 2015, Aidsand F. Wright-Riggins III will have served longer than any leader of the nearly two century-old organization.

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