Florida Baptist Witness - November 8, 2016
Closer Look: Miami millennial shares his thoughts on keeping his generation engaged in church. Page 2 Top Story: Journey to pastorate included jail time for Jax area pastor. Page 3 Hurricane Matthew: Convention, churches offer relief in Cuba. Page 5 Hurricane Matthew: Dedicated volunteers shower love on Florida survivors. Page 5 Florida: Member of Bell Shoals feels led to start church for recovering addicts. Page 6 Veterans Day: MIA for 65 years, Korea veteran draws Mass. pastor’s gratitude. Page 7 Cooperative Program: National gifts 2.73 percent under 1st month projection. Page 7 Culture: LifeWay pulls Hatmaker books over LGBT views. Page 8 Culture: District of Columbia gives initial OK to assisted suicide. Page 8 Culture: From gang members to followers of Christ. Page 9 Evangelism: ‘Never too late’: 94 year old gains new life. Page 10 From the Seminaries: NOBTS to launch Adrian Rogers Center for preaching. Page 10 From the Seminaries: Rare hymnals get new life in NOBTS digital scanning. Page 10 Witness Sunday subscription offer. Page 11 Special Report: Student athletes find ways to honor God in midst of competing priorities. Pages 12-14 Special Report: Florida Baptists use sports to engage adults. Page 14 Research: 3 Florida Baptist churches make lists of top 100 fastest-growing, largest-participating churches. Page 15 Discipleship: Task force aims to spark disciple-making movement. Page 15 Bible Studies. Page 16 Living Out Your Faith. Pages 17-21 Classified advertising. Page 19 Regional Reports. Page 21 Kevin Bumgarner: A legacy that extends beyond the ballfield. Page 22 Tommy Green: Thanks to God should be a daily practice. Page 23
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