Austinville Baptist Church is a small congregation. In the 1960s when attendance was at its peak there were no more than 85 to 100 people on Sunday, said pastor Jason Akers. Average attendance today is 12 to 15 adults — and four children. That poses challenges in reaching its community.

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Home is where your mailbox is and for some homeless residents in Richmond, that’s now Pine Street Baptist Church. The addition of lockers and mailboxes is more than a safe place to keep belongings and maintain an address. It’s a first step to a more stable lifestyle.
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What some might consider a strange pairing — Baptists and Muslims partnering together in service to others — became a great opportunity to experience diversity, said Kevin Meadows, pastor of Grandin Court Baptist Church in Roanoke.
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Thursday, 10 May 2012 20:00

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Tracking Baptists across the Mid-Atlantic
Published in 2012 Archives
For the 12th year the Central Virginia Raceway Ministries, a shared ministry of the Richmond, Dover and Middle District Baptist associations, became the church for approximately 200,000 race fans who descended on the Richmond International Raceway for three days of NASCAR racing.
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Sunday, 08 January 2012 19:00

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Sunday, 08 January 2012 19:00

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Tracking Baptists across the Mid-Atlantic
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