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JACKSONVILLE (FBW)-On the brink of America's likely war with Iraq, President Bush, saluted thousands of sailors, families and civilians at Mayport Naval Station, Feb. 13- appealing to their sense of justice, pointing out the danger of inactivity and drawing on the nations' historical response to crises.
JACKSONVILLE (FBC)-A new monthly record in Cooperative Program giving was set in January when Florida Baptist churches gave $3,815,035.35 through the Cooperative Program.
CHARLESTON, S.C. (BP)-Barely a month after three Southern Baptist medical workers were murdered, the Baptist hospital in Jibla, Yemen, has reopened, the medical center's business manager told a group of Baptist editors Feb. 7.
The White House Press Briefing Room seldom allows for theological debate, but a last-minute question from an "unbiased" journalist turned the White House press corps into unsuspecting seminary students.
In the past two months, two conservative journals have discovered what most of us already knew: There is a lot of junk out there being marketed to Christians.
References to the Kingdom of God (or to the Kingdom of Heaven, or the Kingdom) are numerous in the New Testament, especially in the four Gospels.
Have fun with cryptography and exercise your Bible knowledge. A King James Version verse is encoded by letter substitution. The same letter is substituted throughout the puzzle. Solve by trial and error.
ORLANDO (FBW)-Although pollsters say that they find no lasting spiritual effect among the American population as a result of the 9-11-01 terrorist attacks, one Orlando couple marks that date as the beginning of a new spiritual pilgrimage.
According to a report released by the Florida Baptist Convention's Church Planting Department, Florida Baptists started twenty-two new churches in January 2003.
Senior Adult Conclaves explore "God's Work of Heart"
Studies on Islam, Judaism, Occultism and Apologetics featured at conferences
Overcoming hurdles focus of South Florida Sunday School training
Evangelism training offered for Pensacola blitz
Ocala to host 'Becoming Soul Mates' seminar
Prospective students invited to BCF Open House
PBAU School of Nursing to open in fall; writing conference planned
Pictures of President Bush's visit to Mayport Naval Station in Jacksonville on Feb. 13
OKLAHOMA CITY (BP)-When Oklahoma State Sen. Gene Stipe and civil rights activist Wade Watts walked into a restaurant in the late 1950s, a waitress confronted them at the door and told Watts, an African American, that the restaurant did not serve Negroes.
OKLAHOMA CITY (BP)-The jangling phone woke Johnny Lee Clary in the middle of the night.