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The Way

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Today Brother Dave preached from John 14:1-6 in his sermon titled "The Way". We are reminded by Brother Dave that Jesus is the way to the Father. READ MORE

Unity of the Spirit

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Delivering another powerful sermon this week, Brother Dave preached from the book of Ephesians 4:1-7 in his sermon titled "Unity of the Spirit". We pray that all Christians would unify and fulfill the... READ MORE

Be Like Christ

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In his sermon titled "Be Like Christ", Brother Dave preached from the book of Philippians 2:1-4. READ MORE

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  • Student team befriends Bangkok 'ladyboys'

    A student team looks beyond transgender lifestyle of Bangkok 'ladyboys' to see broken hearts desperate for hope.
  • Judge sends Kentucky county clerk to jail

    A federal judge jailed Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis Thursday (Sept. 3) for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
  • Heroes honored for service; 53 profess faith

    First Baptist Church of Bossier City, La., hosted "Honor our Heroes Sunday," a special day devoted to doing just that: honoring the first responders and military service personnel in and around the city, Aug. 30.<br>
  • Video highlights market volatility

    GuideStone Financial Resources has produced a video outlining the nation's current market volatility and responses that long-term investors should consider, including remaining calm in the face of daily news, keeping a long-term focus on investments and maintaining diversification in age- and risk-appropriate investments.<br>
  • Students in Vt. get Calif. music resources

    Northeastern Baptist College in Vermont has received the music collection used in Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary's former music program.<br>
  • Bible Study: Sept. 6, 2015

    This weekly Bible study appears in Baptist Press in a partnership with LifeWay Christian Resources of the Southern Baptist Convention. Through its Leadership and Adult Publishing team, LifeWay publishes Sunday School curricula and additional resources for all age groups.<br>
  • FIRST-PERSON: Partnering with state conventions

    Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary's Jason Allen: SBC entities and state conventions have the same constituency -- Southern Baptist churches. "Churches founded us, they fund us and they expect us to serve them," Allen writes. "The SBC will thrive inasmuch as our state conventions thrive, and vice versa."<br>

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  • Freeway Ministries launch draws more than 100

    OMAHA, Neb. – John Stroup and others involved with Freeway ministries took to the streets here to
share the gospel as part of a new ministry launch in Omaha. Freeway Ministries works among ex-cons
and others who are often forgotten by church and society. Photo courtesy of John Stroup.Freeway Ministries launched its newest program in Omaha August 1 the old fashioned way – by going door to door sharing the gospel. A team of 20-plus people canvassed the downtown area earlier that morning to converse with the addicted, the poor, the tempted and the broken.
  • Mo. Baptist apologist Victor lifts high the resurrection

    Bill Victor, a member of the Leadership Development Team at the Missouri Baptist Convention and pastor of Missio Dei Church on the campus of the University of Missouri.JEFFERSON CITY — The MBC has launched the Missouri Baptist Apologetics Network, a group of church leaders committed to the defense of the Christian faith and called to equip believers to more effectively share their faith. Learn more at Following is a profile of Bill Victor, a member of the Leadership Development Team at […]
  • Donner runs for girls harmed by abortion

    JEFFERSON CITY – Joined by Iron Man, the Donner family display the medals they earned at a 5k Walk/Run here this spring that benefited the local pregnancy care center. Sharonda Donner, on the far right  and holding a trophy, placed first among women in the run. Her family members, from left to right, include her husband Terry; and her children Aiden, 5; Terrence, 14; Chrissy, 17; and Austin, 1 1/2. Photo courtesy of Sharonda Donner.HOLTS SUMMIT – Sharonda Donner never thought much about the harmful effects of abortion until it touched her own family. A few years ago, Donner learned that one of her family members, after having some abortions, suffered emotionally and even became suicidal. “We need to pray to end abortion,” Donner, now a member at Cedar […]

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