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MIAMI (FBW)—In a cacophony of languages and cultures of more than 70 countries of origin, over 2,000 Florida Baptists who represent 50,000 members of more than 300 churches in the Miami Baptist Association, celebrated a “Century of Change” Oct. 4.
NAPLES (FBW)—In what he hopes will be a “game-changer in terms of the Cooperative Program and our whole relationship with missions,” Hayes Wicker has led First Baptist Church in Naples to launch the “Great Commission Connection.”
DENVER (BP)—Joe Beckler and wife Cheri are on a mission field where people are skeptical, even suspicious, of Christianity.
I do not have the heart to cooperate with persons who have no convictional truth about the Gospel. My heart is for cooperation between those who have convictional truths about the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Tom Krattenmaker thinks that religion and sports don’t mix. At least certain kinds of religious conviction shouldn’t be allowed in the realm of athletics.
I haven’t been around Southern Baptist life as long as some people. I’ve only been a Southern Baptist since 2001. I’m also only 29 years old. So in all aspects of the phrase, I am a young Southern Baptist.
Dave Says is a column featuring the financial advice of nationally syndicated radio host Dave Ramsey, the Dave Says column is filled with timely, relevant questions and answers taken from actual calls on Ramsey's radio program, The Dave Ramsey Show.
This December, world leaders will gather in Copenhagen for the United Nations Climate Change Conference. There they—and we—will be told that if they don’t take “decisive” or “bold” measures, catastrophes of biblical proportions await humanity.
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JACKSONVILLE (FBC)—According to a report released by the Florida Baptist Convention’s Church Planting Department, Florida Baptist started 16 new churches in September, 2009. The following is a listing of new churches by association:
ORLANDO (BP)—Rifqa Bary, a 17-year-old girl who fled her family’s home after converting from Islam to Christianity, was ordered Oct. 13 to return to Ohio where she will be in the custody of a local children’s services agency.