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LONDON (AP) — Explorers and historians are telling the world about the discovery of the wreck of a royal warship that sank in 1682 while carrying a future king of England, Ireland and Scotland. The HMS Gloucester ran aground while navigating sandbanks off the town of Great Yarmouth on the eastern English coast. It sank within an hour, killing an estimated 130 to 250 crew and passengers. James Stuart, the son of King Charles I, survived.

Southern Baptist Disaster Relief shower units, feeding units and heavy equipment make their way to the Waverly, Tenn., area to assist residents devastated by flooding. Photo from Facebook By Brandon …

A group of 14 pastors and leaders from nine Northeast Georgia congregations traveled to Boston in order to continue forming partnerships to help strengthen churches in the area. The group visited a …

Doris Opoku is the president of the New England WMU. TRENNIS HENDERSON/WMU By Trennis Henderson/WMU LEOMINSTER, Mass. — When Doris Opoku and her family immigrated to the United States from Ghana in …

Clergymen are always looking for effective ways to get people to come to church and particularly like to target those who are outside the fold of God. In years gone by churches had …

J. Robert White speaks to the Sons of Jubal and trip participants in the chapel of New Room in Bristol. EDDY OLIVER/Worship and Music Ministry I recently returned from a concert tour of England and …

Jon Duncan, state missionary in Worship and Music Ministries, greets some members of the St. David's Praise orchestra before a concert at St. David's Hall in Wales, United Kingdom. EDDY OLIVER/GBMB …

Marvin Jones, a former Georgia Baptist pastor and current professor of Theology at Louisiana College, has written a significant book entitled The Beginning of Baptist Ecclesiology: The Foundational …

Members of the Sons of Jubal record their latest CD, "Were You There?" at the group's annual retreat in January. Proceeds from the CD will go toward the group's mission trip in 2018 to Wales and …

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