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Ordination Service: Part Two

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Continuing in a two part special episode Jonathon Wallenbeck delivered the pastorial charge at the ordination of deacons Jeff Hollinger and Drew Willings. Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: iTunes... READ MORE

Ordination Service: Part One

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In this two part special episode, guest speakers Dr. Gary Mathes and Reverend Jonathon Wallenbeck delivered sermons at the ordination service of deacons Jeff Hollinger and Drew Willings. In episode one Dr. Gary... READ MORE

Back to the Basics with Brother Mends JR

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This Sunday we were excited to welcome Brother Mends Jr. as he delivered his sermon titled “Back to the Basics”. As Brother Mends delivered his sermon he preached from the book of John... READ MORE

Having a Nevertheless Attitude

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Today we welcomed back Brother Chris Aery as he delivered his sermon titled “Having a Nevertheless Attitude”. We hope his sermon will inspire you to become a Christian who takes action and shares... READ MORE

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  • FIRST-PERSON: Teachers & 'gender inclusion'

    Golden Gate Seminary's Jeff Iorg warns of a day when teachers may be disciplined "for holding to the 'shocking' position that boys and girls are different … and that both should be celebrated for their uniqueness."<br>
  • Chinese church's vision reaches beyond ancestry

    First Chinese Baptist Church's vision reaches beyond Tucson's local Chinese community to international students, Native Americans and national and international missions through Southern Baptists' Cooperative Program.<br>
  • Hope in a backpack for hungry kids

    A New Mexico congregation leverages Southern Baptist hunger relief donations to help hungry kids.<br>
  • CP surpasses budget projection for fiscal year

    The Southern Baptist Convention ended its fiscal year $1.1 million over its 2014–2015 budgeted goal and $2.5 million over the previous year's Cooperative Program Allocation Budget gifts, according to Frank S. Page, president and CEO of the SBC Executive Committee.<br>
  • ERLC, others issue animal care statement

    The Southern Baptist Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission has joined with evangelical Christian leaders to issue a statement on the biblically based treatment of animals.<br>
  • Cooperative Program nurtured, climbs in fiscal year

    Cross Church's $1-million mark, Florida 51 percent budget proposal nurture Southern Baptists' Cooperative Program during the 2014-15.
  • FIRST-PERSON: Roseburg killings: How should Christians respond?

    Ed Stetzer, executive director of LifeWay Research, reflects on ways that Christians can respond to the killings at Oregon’s Umpqua Community College.
  • Pastor's granddaughter shot in Ore. campus attack

    A 26-year-old man who killed nine and injured perhaps nine others at an Oregon community college reportedly targeted Christians in the attack, said a Southern Baptist pastor whose granddaughter was shot and survived.<br>
  • EDITORIAL: ¿Cómo Vencer El Temor?

    Lamentablemente vivimos en un mundo lleno de temor. Cada día hay robos, secuestros y muertes. En los últimos años hemos visto matanzas en las escuelas, lugares públicos y hasta en los cines. Hace poco todo el mundo se enteró de la muerte de dos periodistas en Virginia. Los dos estaban emitiendo en directo cuando fueron matados en sangre fría.
  • Report ranks SBTS' doctoral program in top 5

    A recent report from the Association of Theological Schools ranks Southern Baptist Theological Seminary fourth among peer institutions for producing faculty doctorates in the accreditation agency's member schools. Trailing only Princeton Theological Seminary, Harvard and University of Toronto, Southern Seminary improved 12 spots on the list since the previous report in 2001.<br>

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  • All-consuming praise, not all-consumed pastry

    donutsforrhondaThe other morning I woke up thinking…donuts. All thought processes were pretty much completely consumed with all things donutty, sugar-coated, fat-filled and mmmmm. So much so that when I got to the coffee shop, I contemplated eating the top three rows of pastries. Also there were only three rows of pastries. Yes, I wanted all […]
  • ‘Captive’ shows salvation, hope, redemption

    captiveNASHVILLE (BP) – Academy Award nominee David Oyelowo was drawn to his starring role in the movie “Captive” because the true story of the 2005 Atlanta-area murder and hostage saga shows the power of the Gospel to transform lives, he told Saddleback Church pastor Rick Warren. Oyelowo, acclaimed for his role of Martin Luther King […]
  • Nik Ripken to lead ‘Crucible’ conference

    SOMALIA – Nik and Ruth Ripken (names changed) help a Somali shepherd boy fix a broken shoelace.  BP photo.SPRINGFIELD – Nik Ripken is returning to Missouri in October to lead a three-day conference called “Servants in the Crucible.” The IMB missionary and author of “The Insanity of God,” broke Missouri Baptist hearts for deep lostness while speaking at the 2014 state evangelism conference. “People don’t usually invite me back,” Ripken said in 2014. […]

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