Delivering his final sermon in his series titled, “What’s Wrong with America”, Brother Mark Abney preached from the book of Romans 1. As American’s we are witnessing the moral decline of our great... READ MORE
Returning this week we welcomed Brother Mark Abney as our guest preacher. Brother Mark delivered the third part of his series titled “What’s Wrong with America” and preached from the book of Judges... READ MORE
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In the months leading up to the United States' involvement in World War II, the Home Mission Board established a chaplaincy committee to endorse the work of military chaplains and verify their efforts as sanctioned by the association where they served. That was 75 years ago July, 1941.
When the U.S. Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage nationwide one year ago this month, Southern Baptist Convention entities and cooperating Baptist state conventions sprung to action to help pastors and churches navigate the new cultural milieu.
The U.S. Supreme Court has dealt a setback to religious freedom and prompted a warning from three of its members. The high court announced Tuesday (June 28) it would not consider an appeal by pro-life pharmacists of a lower court decision they argued violates their First Amendment, free-exercise-of-religion rights.
African Americans are uniquely positioned to affect societal change as members of the Southern Baptist Convention and should become fully involved in SBC life, newly hired National African American Fellowship Executive Director Dennis Mitchell told Baptist Press.
Southern Baptist pastors looking to equip their churches in evangelism have a new tool to employ. The North American Mission Board has launched a blog to bring attention to "evergreen" principles that are working in some of the most evangelistic Southern Baptist churches in North America.
"Modesty isn't a list of rules; it is a reflection of our hearts," Jessica Pigg notes. Modesty may be an out-of-style word that makes people cringe, she writes. But: Dressing modestly "acknowledges the beauty and power of femininity. It doesn't mean you're ashamed of your body. Modesty is simply valuing what has value."
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“We are an ordinary family that God has called to carry out an extraordinary mission,” he said. “We are missionaries called to live and serve among the Native American tribes in Arizona."
Midwestern Seminary Ethicist Alan Branch attempts to knock down the wall between Christians pointing to the Bible and those who point to science as proof people are "born this way" with his new book, "Born this Way? Homosexuality, Science and the Scriptures."
The U.S. Supreme Court struck down efforts to hold abortion providers responsible for the protection of women who use their services. The ruling "stands on the wrong side of justice, the wrong side of human dignity, and the wrong side of the Gospel," said Russell Moore, president of the ERLC.