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Children’s Honor Choir Brings Message of Hope During Recent Tour

The Alabama Baptist Children’s Honor Choir returned from its annual tour energized about the significant ministry opportunities it experienced, even beyond the music performed during two concerts in Lynn Haven, Fla. The March 1-3 tour by the auditioned choir, which included 151 students in grades 4-6, took it to an

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Alabama reeling after devastating tornado in Lee County

As volunteers and donations poured into Lee County following a deadly tornado outbreak on March 3, Alabama Baptist Disaster Relief (ABDR) teams joined volunteers from several agencies in the recovery effort. “I’ve seen a tremendous number of volunteers out here helping from the community and from far away,” said Alabama

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23 Confirmed Dead Following Tornadoes in Beauregard

At least 23 people are dead following tornadoes that struck the Beauregard community south of Auburn-Opelika in Lee County March 3. In a press conference this morning (March 4), Lee County Sheriff Jay Jones described the damage as “catastrophic” and said search and rescue teams are working in the areas

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Go and Spread His Word

“God will provide us opportunities to go and spread His word.” A.J. Wasden had heard those words since he was a little kid at Springhill Baptist Church in Franklin (Bethlehem Baptist Association). Wasden had prayed many times for the Lord to give him that chance, but Springhill was a small

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Disaster Relief Continues in Southeast Alabama, Florida

Volunteers with Alabama Baptist Disaster Relief (DR) are still at work in southeast Alabama. Chainsaw teams continue to help people clear trees off homes and property. Because the workload in the Dothan area remains heavy, Alabama Baptist DR teams and trained individuals in admin and chaplaincy are still being deployed

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Hurricane recovery continues after Michael

Alabama Baptist Disaster Relief (DR) received more than 500 job requests in Alabama following Hurricane Michael. And Mark Wakefield, disaster relief strategist for the Alabama Baptist State Board of Missions said everyone is “thankful for volunteers and looking forward to engaging many more trained and credentialed volunteers.” Since Oct. 11

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