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GuideStone announces new location in Dallas

DALLAS—GuideStone Financial Resources plans to relocate in late summer 2018 to 115,000 square feet of new leased offices about 10 miles north of its current facility.

Baptist 'Dreamer' wants people to know 'who we are'

CHARLOTTE, N.C.—Many Americans are "unaware of who we are and what we're going through," Jose Ocampo, a Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program recipient and a youth minister at Hickory Grove Baptist Church in Charlotte, N.C.

Church's firewood ministry helps families stay warm

In the mountains of north Georgia, volunteers at Antioch Baptist Church work year-round on a unique ministry—providing firewood to those in need.

Spring Bayou celebrates 175 years by Facebook

KEVIL—Even a snowstorm couldn't stop a Paducah-area church from celebrating their anniversary together.

China bombs megachurch in drive to silence Christianity

SHANXI, China—The bombing demolition of a megachurch in China is indicative of a rush to silence Christianity under new laws that will heighten religious persecution, according to human rights group ChinaAid.

Identifying abusive men

How do I know if a man is being abusive? I'm worried about my mother who is widowed and has started dating someone. At times he can be charming, but there is something about him that makes me very uneasy.

Hawaii missile alert spurred witness, goodbyes to family

Tanya York, a Kentucky pastor's wife vacationing in Hawaii, texted a potential goodbye message to her sons and their families after she received what proved to be a false ballistic missile alert.

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