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Active Shooter Training

Brother Mark delivered his sermon titled, “Active Shooter Training” and he preached from 1 Peter 5:8. Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS READ MORE

Honoring Our Veterans

This Sunday Brother Mark paid tribute to our nation’s veterans in his sermon titled, “Honoring Our Veterans” and he preached from Micah 6. Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: iTunes | Android... READ MORE

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  • WEEK OF PRAYER: Gospel confronts witch doctor in Mozambique


    In Northern Mozambique, International Mission Board missionary Brian Harrell and his family live on the water's edge solely to reach the approximately 300,000 Makhuwa Nahara people with the Gospel. Sometimes that means venturing to unreached villages accessed best by water, or sharing Gospel stories with a local witch doctor or women as they sit in a circle and make rag rugs.
  • Imprisonment under Castro recalled by missionary


    As the world reflects on the legacy of late Cuban dictator Fidel Castro, a former Southern Baptist missionary imprisoned by the Castro regime in the 1960s is remembering what Castro could not do: kill the church.
  • CP helps church 'love others as God has loved us'


    As international missionaries are going into difficult places around the globe, Fruit Cove Baptist Church pastor Tim Maynard said the least his congregation can do is support them. That's why the church gives 10 percent of undesignated offerings to the Southern Baptist Cooperative Program.
  • National CP 4.13% under projection


    Contributions to Southern Baptist Convention national and international missions and ministries received by the SBC Executive Committee in November were 5.07 percent below the second month of last year’s SBC fiscal year, and 4.13 percent below the projected budget for the first two months of the current fiscal year, according to a news release from SBC Executive Committee President and CEO Frank S. Page.
  • Deputy fatally shoots suspect after church break-in


    A Kentucky sheriff's deputy fatally shot a robbery suspect early Friday morning (Dec. 2) at Simpsonville Baptist Church.
  • Amendment loss disappoints religious liberty advocates


    WASHINGTON (BP) -- Religious freedom advocates have expressed deep disappointment about congressional leaders’ failure to protect the rights of faith-based organizations in a national defense bill.
  • FIRST-PERSON: What will people say?


    Gary Ledbetter reflects, "If there are funerals where someone says with wonder, "This guy had 200,000 Twitter followers," I've not attended them. Rather, he notes, "faithfully loving God and loving people is the way to impact those who know you and love you best."
  • EDITORIAL: Yo soy políticamente incorrecto....


    La sociedad secular en la que vivimos, ha hecho muchas cosas para restarle valor a los principios cristianos, y para establecer otros valores que en ocasiones, se oponen a la fe que decimos tener o a lo menos, ponen nuestra fe a un lado.

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  • Missouri Lottie Moon offering goal set at $4M


    Christian worker Gary Warrior (name changed) leads praise songs and teaches a Bible study in a national's home at night. Providing clean water to communities gives Warrior and his team a welcome reception in people’s homes, and they are often open to the message of the gospel. IMB Photo The Missouri Baptist Convention (MBC) has set a goal of $4 million for 2015, working out to about $7.60 per Baptist Church member and a little over $2,100 per Baptist church in Missouri.
  • Good seeds take root at GA retreats


    CHILICOTHE – Church Planter Shane Stamm shares morning devotion with girls and leaders at one of the five recent GA Retreats, this group was at Grand Oaks Camp in Chillicothe.
Photo submitted by Tammie Nichols“Many seeds were planted during the retreats,” Broeker said. “I am convinced the more we cultivate interest among our children through mission organizations such as GA, the more crops we can expect to harvest in the future.” 
  • Missouri son returns as Mo. Baptist catalyst


    misloski“I’m blessed to jump on a train that has already covered a lot of track,” said new MBC Developing Leaders Catalyst Jim Misloski. “I’m excited to see what the Lord is going to do with Missouri.” 

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