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Every year in September, Georgia’s 1.4 million Southern Baptists have an opportunity to give to Mission Georgia, an initiative that is having a tremendous impact right here at home.Simply put, …

Human trafficking occurs at truck stops, on street corners and in luxury hotels throughout the state, with Atlanta being the focus. Members of Georgia Woman's Missionary Union, shown prayer walking a …

By Timothy CockesNEW ORLEANS (BP) – After spending time this summer volunteering at the Baptist Friendship House in New Orleans, medical school student Megan Duggins knew she had to take a …

As usual, the 40-day legislative session was a very busy time of the year. This year’s session ended March 31. This was the first year of a two-year cycle where legislation is introduced to the …

Volunteers with Rahab's Haven hand out hygiene products and other supplies in Albany on April 25. RAHAB'S HAVEN/Facebook ALBANY — Getting people to talk to you at a hotel known for prostitution and …

Riders prepare to embark on the Unholy Tour last year. Content Editor Myriah Snyder's coverage of the event was recognized with the Frank Burkhalter Award for Exceptional Achievement in Religious …

BUCKHEAD — Insisting her role as a mother and Christian precedes that of Georgia's First Lady, Marty Kemp nevertheless has taken that position to champion several issues important to Georgia …

WASHINGTON — Georgia Baptists’ commitment to fighting human trafficking received a reminder as to the worldwide scope of the problem with the release of the 2019 …

By Tobin Perry WASHINGTON, D.C. (BP) — Earlier this month FBI Director Christopher Wray presented the Baptist Friendship House of New Orleans with its distinguished 2018 Director's Community …

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