School bell rings at Baptist school
Trinidad News
FOURTEEN years of waiting ended yesterday for the Shouter Baptist community as their very first primary school officially opened its doors to staff and students. The St Barbara's Shouter Baptist Primary School in Maloney opened yesterday with 50

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Labor makes its case at the DNC
Charlotte Observer
Eleanor Bailey, 81, of the Bronx, chants with other workers during a rally sponsored by the Southern Workers Assembly, at Wedgewood Baptist Church in Charlotte Monday Sept. 3, 2012. She is a retired member of the American Postal Workers Union.

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Gwinnett Net Daily
National Baptist Convention Members Across the Nation Showing Huge Support
Gwinnett Net Daily
While members of the 2012 National Baptist Convention are not formally supporting the group's efforts at this time – many members and attendees are independantly contributing what they can in support of the group's common goals. It seems that the

Southern Baptist Disaster Relief feeding units are in place more than 24 hours ahead of schedule, with plans to begin no later than Saturday serving 225,000 meals a day in Louisiana and Mississippi. The response adds to the goodwill Southern Baptists planted during Katrina and other disasters.

New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary escaped Hurricane Isaac’s winds and rain with damage estimated at less than $300,000. The slow-moving storm raged on throughout the day Aug. 29, the seventh anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. But this storm was no Katrina and NOBTS officials expect to have the campus fully operational by Tues., Sept. 4.

An Internet video by the former PBS “Science Guy” attacking creationism as “unfit for children” has stirred both creation scientists and intelligent design theorists to counter what they see as Nye’s misunderstandings.

An advisory team on the issue of Calvinism met “to listen, to learn and to hope,” SBC Executive Committee President Frank Page reported after the 16-member group met Aug. 29-30 in Nashville, Tenn. The goal for the meeting, Page said in an Aug. 31 statement to Baptist Press, “was not to argue theology or to try to change each other’s minds. … I was greatly heartened by the civil tone that marked the meeting.”

Mitt Romney accepted the Republican nomination Thursday night (Aug. 30), delivering an acceptance speech that was dominated by the economy but that also included a defense of the unborn, traditional marriage and a rare mention of his Mormon religion.

Oklahoma’s Landry Jones enters his senior season as one of the best quarterbacks in school history. But he says his first identity is as a follower of Christ who happens to play football.

A Kansas prosecutor has dropped all criminal charges against a Kansas City-area Planned Parenthood facility accused of performing illegal late-term abortions. The decision ended a nine-year legal battle initiated by then-Kansas Attorney General Phill Kline to prosecute the abortion giant in criminal court.

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