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  • FROM THE STATES: Ala., Fla., Texas evangelism/missions news; 'We think too small, but we have an amazing God with a mighty plan'


    Today's From the States features items from: The Alabama Baptist; Florida Baptist Witness; Southern Baptist TEXAN<br>
  • Pray, vote, engage, Franklin Graham urges


    Christians cannot restore America by rallying behind political parties, but must pray, vote and engage in politics to uphold biblical principles, evangelist Franklin Graham told a crowd of about 8,600 gathered at noon today (May 3) in front of the Tennessee State Capitol building in Nashville.
  • Missionary slain in Jamaica was Iowa So. Baptist


    An Iowa Southern Baptist was among two American missionaries killed in Jamaica April 30 in what appeared to be a violent attack.
  • USCIRF: Religious liberty continues to decline


    Religious liberty continued to worsen globally in the last year, according to the annual report of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, a bipartisan, federal watchdog.
  • Alaska church combines 'special forces' with CP


    Glacier Valley Baptist Church pastor Gordon Mills motivates the 100-member congregation in Juneau, Alaska, to spread the Gospel near and far through missions outreach and the strength of Southern Baptists' Cooperative Program.
  • CP 6.45% ahead of budget projection


    Year-to-date Cooperative Program contributions to Southern Baptist Convention national and international missions and ministries received by the SBC Executive Committee are 6.45 percent above the year-to-date budgeted projection and 4.15 percent above contributions received during the same time frame last year.
  • FIRST PERSON: Door-to-door evangelism actually works


    "It was pretty surreal.... People got saved,' Alex Sibley writes of the weekly door-to-door evangelism outreach by Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. "Wow. Door-to-door evangelism actually worked" when Sibley joined a professor and two other students in the seminary's "Going the Second Mile" initiative on a recent Friday.

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  • Women’s roles in SBC focus of council


    Women’s Ministry Advisory Council members in attendance at the inaugural meeting are, seated left to right, Chris Adams, Rhonda Kelley, Rhonda Rhea and Ana Melendez; and standing left to right, Jacqueline “Jacki” Anderson, Brandi Biesiadecki, Lourdes Fernandez, Elizabeth Luter, Trillia Newbell, Davee Ly, Candi Finch, Tabitha Barnette and Ashley Unzicker. They are joined by Frank S. Page
BP photo“While the SBC has always valued the worth of women and followed the biblical guidelines for female roles in the church,” Rhonda Kelley said of the council, “there is a sincere desire to increase the involvement of Southern Baptist women in biblically appropriate ways at all levels of the convention...”
  • Videos seized from pro-life leader’s apartment


    David_DaleidenCenter for Medical Progress director David Daleiden revealed agents from the California attorney general’s office searched his Orange County apartment, seizing “all video footage” related to CMP’s investigation into Planned Parenthood’s involvement in the fetal tissue trade.
  • Archaeologists buttress early dating of OT books


    87613485NASHVILLE (BP) – A study suggesting widespread literacy among ancient Hebrews before 600 B.C. has been dubbed “one more nail slammed in the coffin” of liberal theology’s argument that Old Testament books could not have been written during the lives of David, Moses and other scriptural authors. The finding from a team of Israeli archaeologists […]

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