MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (BP) – As a kid, Asleigh Wilson certainly had no plans to work in missions, but through Calvary Baptist Church and the Baptist Campus Ministry at Middle Tennessee State …
HOUSTON (BP) – Fanny Baltanado planned to spend just six months visiting her new granddaughter in Texas when the unanticipated COVID-19 pandemic thwarted her return to Nicaragua. She would need to find a church home near Humble, Texas. An adult English as a second language class attracted Baltanado in March to Cross Community Church, where she became a regular attendee and in August, helped the church teach ESL to local Hispanic elementary students in a back-to-school camp.
HOUSTON (BP) – Fanny Baltanado planeó pasar solo seis meses visitando a su nueva nieta en Texas cuando la inesperada pandemia de COVID-19 frustró su regreso a Nicaragua. Tras encontrar una iglesia cerca de Humble, Texas, ahora Baltanado enseña inglés como segundo idioma,
ATLANTA – Gov. Brian Kemp announced Monday he plans to distribute one-time $350 payments to Georgians enrolled in certain public benefit programs. Kemp said the total amount distributed will be more than $1 billion.
ATLANTA – Georgia’s “heartbeat” abortion law will stay in effect while a lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the law is pending, Fulton County Superior Court Judge Robert McBurney ruled Monday. The order represents a setback for pro-abortion rights advocates who had argued the judge should immediately block the law while their case against it was pending.