A minister from Texas verifies delivery of tons of food to North Korean schools, orphanages and a hospital.

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Wednesday, 13 May 2015 12:27

Baptists helping Texas twister victims

Texas Baptist Men and other groups responded in Van, Texas, where many have been displaced by the Sunday tornado.

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Numerous bills in the nation’s statehouses are changing the nature of the religious liberty debate, experts say. 

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A new book by Samford University professor Myralyn Allgood documents the longstanding role students from the Alabama school have had on outreach along the U.S.-Mexico border.

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A variety of restorative justice efforts are underway in states from Texas to Georgia and beyond.

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Nearly 70,000 refugees were resettled in the United States in 2014, according to the federal government. Each one represents an opportunity to fufill Scripture's command to safeguard the stranger and the poor, say ministers. 

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A bill designed to boost local police powers to enforce immigration laws is detrimental to improving relationships between congregations and immigrant members, religious groups say.

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Parent University provides community members, including churches, a way to help schools better educate children in a Texas city.

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While an increasing number of churches, ministries and denominational groups see water poverty as an inviting missions field, experts say the ministry must be about more than hopping on planes, digging wells and returning home.

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Several Baptist churches brought food, presents and the gospel to those who need it most in Texas border towns.

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