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All Creation Groans…Get Ready

Brother Mark delivered his sermon titled, “All Creation Groans..Get Ready” and he preached from the book of Romans 8:18-26. Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS[ alphagan 2%... READ MORE

Seeing the Invisible

Brother Mark delivered his sermon titled, “Seeing the Invisible” and he preached from the book of Matthew 9:27-31. Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS[ tadalafil 50mg pills... READ MORE

Being Uncomfortable with Comfortability

This Sunday we welcomed back Brother Mark Abney as our guest preacher. Brother Mark delivered a truly convicting sermon titled, “Being Uncomfortable with Comfortability”. Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes |... READ MORE

Reflecting Christ

Returning for another week we welcomed back Brother Mark Abney as our guest preacher. Brother Mark delivered a powerful sermon titled “Reflecting Christ”, and he preached from the book of 2 Corinthians 3.... READ MORE

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  • Clinton, Trump spar over race, personal ethics

    Race relations, personal ethics and terrorism were among the topics discussed by Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump Sept. 26 in their first head-to-head presidential debate.
  • Disney film true tale of Christian faith, triumph

    A girl living in poverty in the Katwe slums of Kampala, Uganda, becomes a national chess champion and enriches her life with Christ in Disney's "Queen of Katwe," based on a true story of struggle and triumph.
  • Scholars unwrap ancient biblical text

    When archeologists in the 1970s found a charred scroll in the Holy Ark in the Synagogue of Ein Gedi, an ancient Hebrew town burned in A.D. 600, they never imagined they might be able to read it. But recent advancements in non-invasive imaging and even newer processing software allowed an international team of experts to "unwrap" five damaged, but legible layers of the animal skin to reveal Leviticus 1:1-9 and Leviticus 2:1-11.
  • Education consortium reaches 90 nations in 30 years

    Participants from across the nation and around the world gathered to mark the 30th year of the Consortium for Global Education. The consortium, established in 1987, supports the development and programs of international education between 44 member Baptist colleges and universities and 90-plus partner institutions of higher education overseas, especially in restricted countries.
  • FIRST-PERSON: The times in which we live

    As Election Day approaches, Americans face "daunting challenges and problems that would have been unimaginable to our founding fathers," Rudy Gray, editor of the South Carolina Baptist Courier, writes. "We need the kind of change that politicians and political parties cannot provide."
  • FROM THE STATES: Calif., Ill., Ala. evangelism/missions news; 'I come away ... humbled by how little we've had to suffer'

    Today's From the States features items from: California Southern Baptist; Illinois Baptist; The Alabama Baptist<br>

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  • ‘CORE’ to highlight church multiplication

    MBC Annual Meeting's CORE conference will highlight church multiplication – one of the core elements of the MBC’s mission. Featured speakers include: J.D. Payne, K. Marshall Williams, and Daniel Im.
  • Three Mo. Baptist officer nominations announced

    Three nominations for MBC officers have been announced: Ken Parker, senior pastor of FBC, Kearney, for president of the convention; Jeremy Muniz, pastor of FBC, Desoto, for first vice president; and, Tim Smith, pastor of Aurora Springs Baptist Church, Eldon, for second vice president.
  • Ratliff to deliver Missouri Baptist Convention sermon

    Ron Ratliff, the pastor of Tenth Street Baptist Church in Trenton, will preach the “Annual Sermon” at the Missouri Baptist Convention’s annual meeting Oct. 25.

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