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Ministries, Partnerships Producing Fruit in Alabama Baptist Life, Lance Says

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Alabama is known for having great soil for some specific kinds of fruit — a drive on I-65 past Clanton’s giant peach water tower will tell you that, said Rick Lance, executive director of the Alabama Baptist State Board of Missions (SBOM).

But peaches aren’t the only fruit that thrives here, he said. State Baptists are seeing God do a lot through church planting efforts both here and beyond thanks to the support of Alabama Baptist churches. (…continued)

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