Brother Mark delivered a passionate sermon titled, “Walk Simply With God” and he preached from the book of Ecclesiastes 12:9-14. Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS READ MORE
As we prepared to accept the Lord’s Supper, Brother Mark preached from the book of Luke 22:14-20 in his sermon titled, “Lord’s Supper”. Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android... READ MORE
Brother Mark delivered the final part in his series titled, “The Problem with Christmas” and he preached out of Galatians 4:4-7. Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS READ MORE
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1. El experto en sufrimiento: El apóstol Pablo.<br> <br>La última carta del apóstol. Cerca de que lo maten. Está anciano. Enfermo. Muchos lo han abandonado pero él se concibe como alguien que está dispuesto a sufrir y aguantar todo por amor de Cristo, su Palabra, y sus hermanos.
Americans will once again come first in their own country, Donald Trump said Friday (Jan. 20) after being sworn in as the 45th president of the United States.
The participation of at least five Southern Baptist pastors in inaugural activities for President Donald Trump continues a tradition of prayer, Scripture and references to God surrounding presidential inaugurations dating back to George Washington .
If we're going to speak up for the unborn, we have to speak up for the poor," writes Katie McCoy assistant professor of theology in women's studies at the College at Southwestern, the undergraduate school of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. "If we're really going to be pro-life, we must also be anti-poverty."
Ministries like the Hope Pregnancy Center in Oklahoma are not only vitally involved in saving the lives of the unborn, "but they also are committed to sharing with the mother the Good News about abundant life through Jesus," writes Anthony L. Jordan, executive director of the Baptist General Convention of Oklahoma. "These centers have recorded 1,929 professions of faith by clients over these last 30 years. To God be the glory!"
"The fact is Mr. Trump won the election. In doing so, he earned the right to serve for the next four years as President of the United States," writes Steve Gaines, president of the Southern Baptist Convention. "Consequently, it is incumbent upon every Bible-believing Christian to pray that the Lord will bless and guide him and his family in the coming days and years."
Churches must be intentional in protecting the lives of the unborn and caring for the most vulnerable among us, leaders across the Southern Baptist Convention said as the SBC prepares to observe Sanctity of Human Life Sunday Jan. 22.
Ken Parker, president of the MBC, warned Missouri lawmakers of “the danger of lingering in or near potentially sinful scenarios” during the 12th annual prayer service at Concord Baptist Church, Jan. 4.
The Executive Board of the Missouri Baptist Convention has approved Cooperative Program allocations for a three-year period, based on the recommendation of a CP Allocations Task Force appointed earlier this year by former MBC President Neil Franks.
With a nearly unanimous vote, the Missouri Baptist Convention’s (MBC) Executive Board voted during their Dec. 12-13 meeting here to recommend that the convention temporarily halt its march toward a “50-50” Cooperative Program allocation.