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NAIA schools applaud policy over transgender athletes

NASHVILLE (BP) — A number of schools associated with the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) have expressed support over a policy approved by the group’s Council of Presidents stating that only student-athletes whose biological sex is female may participate in female sports.

‘Jesus’ in sign language set for local premiere, broader release in works

ARLINGTON, Texas (BP) -- A new version of the Jesus Film, performed in American Sign Language (ASL) by Deaf actors and crew members, premieres April 4 at the Deaf Missions Conference in Arlington, Texas, its promoters have announced.

CULTURE DIGEST: Easter weekend specials bring Jesus films to a screen near you

'Jesus' streaming free Easter weekend on Sight & Sound TV; Entire fourth season of The Chosen in theatres

More than Hoop Dreams: Spurgeon College player prepping for the next level

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (BP) – There was a time in his life when basketball was the only thing that made sense to Jude Warren. It was his anchor. It was what kept him from going in the wrong direction.

Oregon reverses drug decriminalization that led to more overdose deaths

SALEM, Ore. (BP) – Overdose deaths in Oregon increased 43 percent in the first year of the state’s attempt to combat drug abuse by decriminalizing possession of small amounts of controlled drugs, including fentanyl and other opioids.

‘Unsung Hero’ movie displays a mother’s unwavering faith

Popular contemporary Christian artists Rebecca St. James, her brothers Luke and Joel Smallbone who constitute For King & Country and four other siblings are blessed with a remarkable story and a mom who is a spiritual role model. The story of the Smallbone family’s journey from Australia to Tennessee and their mom Helen’s unwavering faith will be told in a movie to be released April 26 called “Unsung Hero.”

John Cooper has something to say, and thinks you do too

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (BP) — As the founder and decades-long frontman for the rock band Skillet, John Cooper's straightforward opinions mirror the musical style that has brought numerous awards and nominations over the years.

Staying in it one more year, Rick and Bubba announce show’s end

BIRGMINGHAM, Ala. (BP) — Longtime radio host and current men’s ministry leader Rick Burgess announced on Thursday, Feb. 1, that this year will be the final one of the “Rick and Bubba Show.”

Heroic pioneer missionary forgotten over mental illness

NASHVILLE (BP) – Thomas Jefferson Bowen was the first Southern Baptist missionary to focus on winning Muslims to Christ and the first missionary sent by the convention to Central or South America, but generations have not known his name.

Social media leaders receive heavy criticism over child exploitation in congressional testimony

WASHINGTON D.C. (BP) — In a dramatic moment, Mark Zuckerberg turned during a Senate hearing today and apologized to families whose children have been victims of online sexual exploitation through platforms such as his.