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Study finds that people who read their Bibles are more hopeful and forgiving than those who do not.By Diana ChandlerWASHINGTON (BP) – Americans who most often turn to Scripture are more hopeful and …

Bible Studies for Life Psalm 31Matt Ward, associate pastorFirst Baptist Church, Thomson A recent Gallup poll has been making the rounds (including on the Baptist Press site): “Most …

By Tess Schoonhoven NORMAN, Okla. (BP) — In recent weeks, as he has juggled altered responsibilities – and added some new ones, too – Tristan Martin has experienced an overwhelming sensation of …

The man acting like he was fire caught my attention first, or maybe it was his family waiting nearby for him to finish. I was on a walk near my house when I saw them. Then, I caught sight of …

By Natalie Ford, PhD, LPC, CPCS Sheltered in. Most of us had never heard of this a month ago, but now it has become a very real part of our lives. Isolation is one of the worst things for the human …

Cry for hope

This originally appeared at Wilkes’ personal blog on Friday, Sept. 13.  Click here for a printable pdf of this story. It happened again this week. Another pastor committed …

Although I don’t watch as much as when I was in college, basketball is still one of my favorite sports. NBA players are some of the best pure athletes in the world. With their size, speed, …

By David Roach EDITOR'S NOTE: September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. HUSTONVILLE, Ky.  (BP) — Pastor Andrew McGinnis still remembers his "solemn drive" home on June …

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